Medical Transcription Services
McGowan Transcriptions has been delivering medical transcription services to medical professionals and healthcare providers, including the NHS, for over 30 years.
With over 40 years of experience in the medical, health care and pharmaceutical sectors, our full-time medical transcribers possess a range of expertise across a variety of specialities including mental health, cancer, multiple sclerosis and glaucoma, as well as the fields of nuclear medicine, sonography and mammography.
Leading Provider of Medical Transcripts
Here at McGowan Transcriptions, our medical transcriptionists transcribe audio files from a range of sources, including but not limited to:
- Telephone interviews
- Medical records
- Medical reports
- Medical conferences
Whether it is a recording of an interview exploring a patient’s experience of a certain condition, or a pharmacist discussing the trial of a prospective new drug, McGowan Transcriptions provides accurate and cost-effective transcription for healthcare providers, clinics and research establishments.
By converting spoken health information into text, crucial medical data is easily accessible, making it easier to reference and in turn improving patient care.
High-Quality Medical Transcription Services
For medical transcripts to be completed accurately, efficiently and on time, our medical transcriptionists require familiarity with a vast array of medical systems, vocabulary, and medical terminology.
Whether gained in the field or through professional qualifications, all of our certified medical transcribers are equipped with the industry knowledge required to deliver fast and accurate medical transcription projects.
Unlike other medical transcription service providers, we never use speech recognition software – every transcription job undertaken by McGowan Transcriptions is completed by real people.
Reliable & Secure Transcription Service
Confidentiality and privacy are essential when dealing with sensitive information – you can rest assured that McGowan Transcriptions is fully compliant with GDPR and data protection laws.
With this in mind, our in-house medical typists are all subject to thorough ID, nationality and immigration checks, and must sign a comprehensive confidentiality agreement before undertaking any work for McGowan Transcriptions. Where required, we are also happy to comply with your own confidentiality procedures and will sign non-disclosure agreements on a project-by-project basis.
Our completed transcripts are uploaded using our bespoke file-upload platform, Global Lounge. This user-friendly solution has a 2GB upload capacity and a UK-based server with its own facility operator, independent infrastructure and suite of network operators, watertight backup solutions including multiple redundant 10Gbps fibre back-haul rings, and – last but not least – guaranteed 100% uptime, so it’s there when you need it.
We have never missed a deadline! You can be secure in the knowledge your medical transcription project will arrive complete, accurate and on time.
All deadlines and turnaround times are agreed prior to the undertaking of projects. Same-day delivery and 24-hour turnaround from our medical typists can be arranged where required.
Medical Transcription FAQs
Is Medical Transcription still in demand?
Medical transcriptionists are still very much in demand. The work requires intense concentration from individuals with formal medical transcription training, including anatomy and physiology, medical terms and more. There is a theory that speech-recognition technology will replace actual medical transcriptionists, but that technology is often nicknamed “speech wreck” for a reason. It simply isn’t up to the standard and so cannot do the job of a medical typist.
How long does it take to transcribe 1 hour of audio?
For a medical transcriptionist it takes about 4 – 6 hours to transcribe one hour’s worth of audio. This is because extra attention is needed to research the medical terms and get the spellings right. This is longer than the four hours that is the industry standard for transcribing other topics, because medicine is often very complex.
What is the difference between medical coding and medical transcription?
A medical transcriber listens to a dictation and types what they hear into a report template. A medical coder assigns certain codes to patient charts in order to help patients submit reimbursement claims from their insurance companies. Medical coders are more common in private healthcare institutions. The two professions are very different, but sometimes confused.
Is medical transcription easy?
Medical transcriptionists need to demonstrate intense periods of concentration over long periods of time to get the work done. They also need extensive training, and to be familiar with medical terms and bodily physiology and anatomy. Oftentimes, you will hear words that you may not know how to spell, uttered in foreign accents and with plenty of background noise to make everything more complicated. Not everyone can do it. If all this sounds daunting, let a qualified medical transcriptionist do the hard work for you.
Contact us Today
If you’d like to find out more about our specialist medical transcription services, and how we can help you, give us a call today on 0800 158 3733; alternatively, you can email us on firstname.lastname@example.org