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Medical Terminology

Certified Medical Transcriptionist (Voucher Included)

Certified Medical Transcriptionist (Voucher Included)
$2,695.00 (USD)
List Price: $3,490.00
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Medical Terminology:

  1. Introduction to Medical Terminology
  2. The Musculoskeletal System
  3. The Cardiovascular System
  4. The Lymphatic and Immune Systems
  5. The Respiratory System
  6. The Digestive System
  7. The Urinary System
  8. The Nervous System
  9. The Special Senses the Eyes and Ears
  10. The Integumentary System
  11. The Endocrine System
  12. The Reproductive System
  13. Diagnostic Procedures, Nuclear Medicine, Pharmacology

Medical Transcription:

I.     The Medical Transcription Industry
A. An introduction to the medical transcription industry.

II.     The Medical Record: Confidentiality and Legal Issues
A. In this lesson, you will learn the importance of the confidential nature of medical records, and how HIPAA applies to the role of the Healthcare Documentation Specialist.

III.     English Language Basics for the MT
A. When changing the spoken word to the written word, knowledge of English grammar and punctuation, is vital. In this lesson, you will brush up on your English grammar and punctuation.

IV.     Understanding Medical Terminology – A Refresher
A. A good understanding of medical terminology is crucial as you prepare to transcribe dictation into words. In this lesson, we will review word building methods and recognize the components of some common medical words.

V.     Mastering Common Medical Terms
A. In this lesson, you will learn many of the common medical terms used most often and get a chance to practice them through fun games.

VI.     Pharmacology
A. In this lesson, we will introduce you to the science behind pharmacology. You will be given an overview of the medication names, dosages, routes of administration, accepted and unaccepted abbreviations, and how to make sure the medication is transcribed accurately in the context of the medical report.

VII.     Report Types and Formatting Standards
A. The purpose of this lesson is to help you understand the role of the HDS in maintaining the integrity and professional content of the medical record.  You will be provided with an overview of report types, report components, and report formatting.

VIII.     Transcription Rules and Formatting Guidelines
A. In this lesson, we continue to concentrate on report formatting, an important part of transcribing professional reports.  The chapters in this lesson will help you learn about formatting guidelines, medical terminology abbreviations, and the use of different styles of numbers.

IX.     Preparing to Transcribe
A. This lesson will prepare you for actual transcription of medical dictation by reviewing your workspace and necessary equipment, practicing the three-pass technique, recognizing what content to edit without changing context of a report, and finally checking your work.

MIDTERM

X.     Case Study 1 – Reproductive System
A. It is time to begin transcribing physician-dictated reports. In Case Study 1 – Reproductive System, you will focus on the terminology in the glossary followed by emphasis on listening to voice files and transcribing what is heard. You will begin using your reference materials and editing and proofreading skills to produce accurate and well-formatted medical reports.

XI.     Case Study 2 – The Gastrointestinal System
A. In this lesson, you will focus on the terminology in the glossary. You will then transcribe the voice files followed by editing and proofreading your reports.

XII.     Case Study 3 – The Cardiopulmonary System
A. In this lesson, you will focus on the terminology in the glossary. You will then transcribe

XIII.     Case Study 4 – Pediatric Neurology/Orthopedics Systems
A. In this lesson, you will focus on the terminology in the glossary. You will then transcribe the voice files followed by editing and proofreading your reports.

XIV.     Case Study 5 – Psychology/Neurology System
A. In this lesson, you will focus on the terminology in the glossary. You will then transcribe the voice files followed by editing and proofreading your reports.

XV.     Case Study 6 – Reproductive System/Mammary Glands
A. In this lesson, you will focus on the terminology in the glossary. You will then transcribe the voice files followed by editing and proofreading your reports.

XVI.     Case Study 7 – Orthopedics/Endocrine Systems
A. In this lesson, you will focus on the terminology in the glossary. You will then transcribe the voice files followed by editing and proofreading your reports.

XVII.     Case Study 8 – Vascular/Renal Systems
A. In this lesson, you will focus on the terminology in the glossary. You will then transcribe the voice files followed by editing and proofreading your reports.

XVIII.     Case Study 9 – Musculoskeletal System
A. In this lesson, you will focus on the terminology in the glossary. You will then transcribe the voice files followed by editing and proofreading your reports.

XIX.     Case Study 10 – Respiratory System
A. In this lesson, you will focus on the terminology in the glossary. You will then transcribe the voice files followed by editing and proofreading your reports.

XX.     Transcribing Quali-Care Reports 1-5
A. In this lesson, you will transcribe chronic care medical reports that relate to various medical specialties. These reports demonstrate variations in style, format and content.

XXI.     Transcribing Quali-Care Reports 6-10
A. In this lesson, you will transcribe chronic care medical reports that relate to various medical specialties. These reports demonstrate variations in style, format and content.

XXII.     Transcribing Quali-Care Reports 11-15
A. In this lesson, you will transcribe chronic care medical reports that relate to various medical specialties. These reports demonstrate variations in style, format and content.

XXIII.     Transcribing Quali-Care Reports 16-20
A. In this lesson, you will transcribe chronic care medical reports that relate to various medical specialties. These reports demonstrate variations in style, format and content.

XXIV.     Transcribing Quali-Care Reports 21-25
A. In this lesson, you will transcribe chronic care medical reports that relate to various medical specialties. These reports demonstrate variations in style, format and content.

XXV.     Speech Recognition Editing and Proofreading
A. This lesson covers speech recognition technology and editing

XXVI.     Speech Recognition Editing Exercises 1-10
A. In this lesson, you will edit reports created from speech recognition software using the methods and skills learned in Lesson 25.

XXVII.     Speech Recognition Editing Exercises 11-20
A. In this lesson, you will edit reports created from speech recognition software using the methods and skills learned in Lesson 25.

XXVIII.     Proofreading Exercises
A. In this lesson, you will proofread reports without associated audio files, using the skills discussed in previous lessons

XXIX.     How to Find a Job in Medical Transcription and Editing

FINAL EXAM


 

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