Allied Medical School

Medical Transcription

AHDI Approved medical transcription courses

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Medical Transcription Training

Quality and value are our main goals. When you enroll at Allied, you receive a college-level, online medical transcription school that is approved by the Association of Health Care Documentaion (AHDI), the world's largest professional society representing the clinical documentation sector.

Why is an AHDI approved Medical Transcription Program important to you? Because AHDI sets and upholds strict standards for education and practice in order to ensure the highest level accuracy, privacy and security for the U.S. health care system. It's your assurance that your medical transcription education is held to the highest standards in the industry and will serve you well upon launching your new career.

At Allied, small, concentrated online courses make your medical transcription training manageable and affordable. Get started today and prepare to work from home - we've exceeded minimum AHDI requirements, now let us exceed yours.

Why Allied's Online Medical Transcription Training?

  • AHDI-approved program - meets high educational standards
  • Convenient, interactive online courses
  • Real-world experience - receive feedback from professional QA specialists who are actual CMTs
  • College-level medical transcription training
  • Program utilizes The Book of Style for Medical Transcription, 3rd Edition
  • Pass or Don't Pay - Allied's Registered Medical Transcriptionist (RMT) Examination Promise
  • No hidden fees - you won't be surprised by any extra fees; your tuition includes all of the costs associated with your medical transcription program
  • Nationally Accredited Medical Transcription School

Focused. Allied recognizes the vital need for a quality curriculum in medical transcription course. That's why we've designed our program into convenient modules. You'll complete your education one step at a time, with courses that build on the previous knowledge and complexity. Create stepping stones toward your goal while making your training more affordable - pay as you go or receive a discount when you enroll in the full program.

Personalized. Our hand-holding approach will provide you with a personal mentor every step of the way. As you progress through each module, you'll have the personalized attention to help you succeed - from getting a solid foundation of knowledge to completing transcriptions with real QA feedback. Want real-world experience? You'll get that and more when you partner with Allied.

Flexible. Looking to work from home? Whether you are a nurse looking for more flexibility or professional wanting to widen your career opportunities, you'll have the basis to work from home, on your terms. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects that employment for medical transcriptionists will increase 14 percent from 2006 to 2016 - translating to 13,000 more available jobs! Plus according to the BLS, the highest 10 percent of transcriptionists earned more than $45,000 per year in 2008.

Now's the time to realize your potential - you'll be fully prepared for the Registered Medical Transcriptionist (RMT) exam when you successfully complete Allied Schools.

With AHDI-approved medical transcription courses, personalized support and affordable training that provides real-world experience, why would you choose anyone else?

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Allied Schools is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Commission of the Distance Education and Training Council (DETC). 1601 18th Street, N.W., Suite 2, Washington, D.C. 20009. (202) 234-5100

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Make sure your medical transcription career is on the right path and stay current on important industry standards. View The Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity's (AHDI) library of resources and learn about "A Medical Transcriptionist's Bill of Rights," read position papers, and much more.