The Transcription House - Anyone work for them?
Posted By: sm on 2009-08-14
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I have done a search on this forum for a company called The Transcription House and I cannot find anything on them. Does any work for them or know anything about them that they would care to share? Thanks in advance
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Hi Betty, I am new to this board. I work for a company in AZ where I live, and just recently found this ad for TH also in AZ. I have sent them my resume and visited their website, but don't know much more than this. If you do happen to get any info, good or bad, will you let me know as well? thanks!
I worked for them in the past and had a great experience. I would recommend them.
Any information on this company? I can't find anything in the archives. TIA.
The Transcription House does, but don't know if she's hiring right now.
Multitranscription and The Transcription House
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The Transcription House out of Arizona, anyone heard of???
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Any recent info on Transcription House in AZ? Thanks. :) nm
Some hospitals are actually bringing transcription back in house.
I have heard of more and more hospitals bringing transcription back in house and using independent contractors as well as in-house staff to get the job done. So far, it is working out well for most hospitals and, believe it or not, saving the hospital more money then sending it to a service.
Hopefully, 90% of the health services and facilities will bring it back in house and soon!!!!
A majority of at-home MT is overflow work with in-house getting the bulk of the work. If they clean
They require that you work in house until your have clean QA for 3 paydays then you can work
Totally deluded thinking! "bring transcription back in-house to gain control of the cost."
I just outsourced a hospital where the MTs across the board were making hourly wages that would shock you. My husband, who has a doctorate and makes well over $100 K a year, isn't making what some of them were! Hospitals are outsourcing because the MTs are making way too much money for what they do! Bring it back in house? Not unless they can make it fiscally feasible and pay someone do manage the deal.
Work in house
I currently work in house for a hospital in Maine who is going from pay per hour to pay per line
I work for two hospitals directly as an employee. Both jobs I got after seeing their ads in the local paper, but would suggest to actually contact the hospitals in your area and inquire rather than wait for an ad.
Is that In-House or you work at home?
Is it work from home or in house ...sm
in New York. That is a good job.
There are several. Are you lookin to work in-house or at home? nm
The rudeness on this board is why I won't work in-house. sm
In all the professions I have been in, I cannot believe how rude, condescending, and judgmental MTs are. These boards are for helping each other to make wise career choices and sharing our input, not to go around being the spelling and grammar police and making people feel like they don't know what they are doing. I am well respected in my job, have 100% QA ratings and don't belittle other people who make their errors here. I think posters here need to spend less time being rude and more time thinking of how we can all help fellow MTs looking for advice.
The Ops could be staying in-house with the rest of the work being done by MW. nm
I work in-house at a local hospital...
And it's been pretty much famine conditions there, too. We're having to use our VH hours when we're called off for lack of work. I don't know where you're located, but I'm in central California. Perhaps it's a nationwide phenomenon for some reason.
Hang in there. The powers-that-be where I work keep telling us it's just temporary (although I'm preparing for the worst).
No offense, but do you work at line rate in-house?
Sometimes in-house people will work the holidays since we're only
H. told me the work was going back in house for some of the doctors. nm
That is one of many reasons why I chose to work at home! No thanks to in-house! Good luck. nm
You all have a point. I forget how this at-home thing works. I used to work in-house at a hospital.
and... we got paid extra for working holidays and even weekends and evenings. I am new to this at-home thing and it's pretty disappointing. I think I'm back to the hospital..
Anyone work for Oak Transcription or Nicholas Transcription- please e-mail me nm
Then get an in-house job so there are no
your current position.
Just curious if that had at-home transcriptionists. Sorry, I dont know about their testing, but I had thought about applying there before also, so will watch this thread.
Never thought I'd hear myself say this, but I would love to get back into a hospital.
In-house only. sm
They listed the opening on MTjobs.com. Check there for info.
Yesss...and that is one of the reasons hospitals began outsourcing..
That's in-house only. Tried that already... nm
If you are in house, and they are (sm)
having trouble with the home people now, chances are excellent they will continue to have the problems when you go home until they get someone out to fix it. If all the home MT's are having trouble, then the clinic needs to get someone in to fix it. Maybe you might have more to say about that while you're there. Once you go home, you're stuck like everyone else.
im a in-house MT, BUT
I might sound sneaky and dishonest, but I really think that whether you're an IC or employee, they have no say. Unless it's in the contract. But then again, I really don't think they can find out. I also work for a private office consisting of 4 docs who also dictate for the hospital. That friend whom I mentioned who used to work for a vendor AND our hospitals--she now has her own business and I work under her also as an IC in the clinic setting. Our boss doesn't know this because the 4 docs I type for also dictate for 1 of our hospitals. I fear the conflict interest issue. I make $22 by the actual hour plus incentive for the hospital, but as a single parent, I need more than that. I really don't know if I could get in trouble because during my IC shift, I'm not typing for the hospital.
Good luck, I know where you're coming from as far as really wanting just 1 job but needing to live, pay bills, and eat.
I left MQ after 20+ years to go in-house. I assumed I'd take a pay cut, but because of all the changes at MQ and constant lowering of pay, I decided I'd trade the money for some security. I was totally surprised that because of my experience, I started at more than $20.00 an hour, plus shift/weekend/holiday differentials and great benefits. I did have to change my schedule slightly (working afternoons/evenings) but again the differential comes into play so made it worthwhile. Only work 1 weekend a month, no holidays (unless I want to) and the pay is hourly, no production, no worries about NJA. The future of making a living with the MTSOs seems to be more and more uncertain so in your shoes, I'd definitely look into going back in-house. Also my employer now sends their MTs home to work after training and I think a lot of other hospitals are looking at doing the same thing. I know it will be an adjustment for you not working at home, but I've never regretted it for a moment.
in-house MT now
Four months ago, I started work for a local hospital and couldn't be happier. I've been a Transcriptionist for 33 years, and this job has been a God-send. No stress, no minimum line counts, paid hourly (excellent pay) exceptional benefits, low cost health care. I had been an at-home transcriptionist for 10 years, and the work had decreased to the point that my last pay check was only $500.00 for a two week period. I was facing foreclosure on my home. On my interview, the director informed me that they had an outside company, but decided to bring transcription back in-house to be more cost effective for the department.
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What planet are you on? Put your name on here so the OSI hen-house
among each other? Sorry, but you need a reality check.
They must have cleaned house, then. sm
This was a few years ago. However, anybody can do a search of these (and other) boards and find that this was (and I think continues to be) their reputation.
Ops are being kept in-house more and more. Lucky to get the few that come my way. nm
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Since I only go out of the house about once a week, no one