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Medical transcriptionist


This is a Full-time position in Lynnwood, WA posted July 26, 2019.

Radia has an exciting opportunity for a Medical Transcriptionist to join our dynamic team!

This is a great opportunity for those that thrive in a fast-paced environment and are eager to learn about radiology!

Here at Radia, patients are our number one priority and we are committed to hiring staff who deliver excellence: in patient care, in customer service, in technology support and in operations.

Radia is a place where you can make a real difference for our patients and for yourself.

We are seeking for four (4) full time Transcriptionists.

The Transcriptionist will be working remotely from home and must reside in King, Kitsap or Snohomish county in Washington State.

Available Shifts:1.

Tuesday Saturday 2:00pm 10:30pm (40 hours) 2.

Sunday Thursday 2:30pm 11:00pm (40 hours) 3.

Saturday Monday 3:30pm 2am (30 hours) 4.

Monday Thursday 9:00am 1pm AND/OR Friday and Saturday 9:30pm 8am (36 hours, could increase to 40)* There is required training for the first 4-6 weeks at the Lynnwood, WA office.

Monday Friday: 9:00am 3:30pm Responsibilities Report Transcription and Editing: Using knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, and experience with keyboarding, produce high-quality medical reports and records within turnaround time expectations.

Discrepancy Processing: Recognize, identify, and correct discrepancies and errors in dictations and ordered examinations.

Workflow Management: Monitor transcription applications and manage multiple worklists; troubleshoot system problems and correct or escalate to appropriate staff.

Staying Current: Stay abreast of new medical terminology, procedures, medications and other medical language, using on-line and hard-copy resources.

Competencies Accuracy: Transcribes or edits medical records, reports, and documents and ensures they are accurate, consistent, and meet with coding and billing standards.

Analytical Thinking: Discriminates between important and unimportant details, recognizes inconsistencies between facts and/or data, and is able to determine what to do with them.

Attention to Detail: Concerned with the implications of the smaller details of medical reports.

Knowledge of Grammar and Medical Terminology: Has good grasp of English grammar, spelling, and medical terminology related to radiology.

Education and Experience Minimum 3 years’ experience in medical transcription, radiology transcription preferred.

Certificate or training in medical transcription from an accredited medical transcription program or college.

High school graduate or GED We offer market-competitive compensation and a full range of benefits, including: A choice of two health plans, flexible spending and health savings accounts A 401(k) with a profit-sharing component Paid Time Off/Sick Leave and 8 days of Holiday Pay Life and disability insurance Learning opportunities through professional development programs Radia is committed to employing a diverse workforce EOE.