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Introduction to Medical Transcription Courses
Introduction to Medical Transcription Course Introduction
Introduction to Medical Transcription provides students with an understanding of medical documents and how to create them. Students learn the fundamental concepts of all aspects of medical transcription, how to create accurate documents, the importance of confidentiality with regard to medical reports, the rules of proofreading and editing, and how to transcribe medical reports using the correct capitalization, numbers, punctuation, abbreviations, symbols, and metric measurement rules. Students also expand their knowledge of proper grammar and punctuation through proofreading exercises.
This course consists of 15 days (75 hours) of daily, participative learning sessions.
- Completion of Medical Office Procedures
Students will gain comprehensive knowledge in the fundamental document creation aspects of the Medical Office Assistant (MOA) industry.
Of Interest To
This course is of interest to individuals actively pursuing MOA training as part of their life-long career journey. It is designed to provide the opportunity for students to develop the skills required to offer administrative support within the medical industry.
Students are supplied with a textbook for ongoing reference. In addition to quizzes, accuracy and quality reports, proofreading assignments, and transcription tests, there are two final course exams. Students must achieve an overall mark of 75% to successfully complete the course.
Clinical Procedures (HCCP11O1)
Introduction to Medical Transcription Course Breakdown
This course is comprised of a variety of topics, concepts, and projects that focus on the following areas of skill and competency:
Identifying and correctly using various types of punctuation such as the comma, semi-colon, hyphen, and quotation marks
Identifying and correctly using various types of word formatting such as capitalization, abbreviations, numbers, and symbols
Identifying and correctly using proper grammar, focusing on various parts of speech such as nouns, verbs, and pronouns, correctly defining word-choice pairs, and creating proper sentence structure
Transcribing Correspondence and Medical Reports:
Accurately formatting and transcribing various types of medical reports including consultation reports, operative reports, and history and physical examination reports, as well as preparing a variety of medical letters and doctors’ notes.
Method of Delivery
Students are enrolled at the campus with a scheduled start date and are supported by a stand- up Instructor.
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