Pacific Transcription provides medical transcription for hospitals, radiology firms and small to medium practices across all specialties. Outsourcing medical typing is both cost effective and flexible.
From transcription of complex medico-legal reports and medical conferences to straight dictation, our typists provide support to medical firms across Australia and internationally. For smaller practices we often type the entire workload, freeing up office staff to manage patients, bookings and higher value work.
Medical transcription is a specialist business and requires experienced and knowledgeable outsourcing partners who understand the industry needs. Pacific Transcription, through its broad range of clients, offers that kind of partnership.
Pacific Transcription works with all major dictation and transcription platforms including Olympus, Philips and Sony and can recommend the best dictaphone for your situation via our shop.
We also utilise Winscribe, a dial-in dictation service, which is an efficient method of dictating and requires no purchase of new equipment or software. For a useful comparison of using a recorder versus dial-in dictation, please visit our blog article.
Integration with medical practice software is available. It is our ability to conform to clients' transcription needs and systems by working across the complete suite of technology options that sets us apart in the industry.
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Our Clients Include
Royal Darwin Hospital
Orange Health Services
Flinders Medical Centre
Maximus Solutions Australia
Medibank Health Solutions
Moreton Bay Obstetrics and Gynaecology
North Queensland Minimally Invasive Surgery
Pacific Transcription adheres to the Australian National Privacy Principles. Pro forma confidentiality agreements as negotiated with the Government Solicitor for hospital work available.
SSL encryption for all audio and documents sent via client login.
Choose from overnight to two working day turnaround for medical transcription. Premium client options available for medico-legal or other urgent reports.