Home     Contact Us    
Main Board Job Seeker's Board Job Wanted Board Resume Bank Company Board Word Help Medquist New MTs Classifieds Offshore Concerns VR/Speech Recognition Tech Help Coding/Medical Billing
Gab Board Politics Comedy Stop Health Issues

Serving Over 20,000 US Medical Transcriptionists

PRECYSE SOLUTIONS (no message inside)

Posted By: exPS on 2005-10-29
In Reply to: Companies that offshore - Please list them in subject line


Complete Discussion Below: marks the location of current message within thread

The messages you are viewing are archived/old.
To view latest messages and participate in discussions, select the boards given in left menu

Other related messages found in our database

nm is no message inside........nm
message inside

I just signed on with them. So far so good. They seem to place you where your strengths are. Good luck.:)
no message inside.........
see message inside
They have a new platform now, which is user-friendly.  Like any new job, it takes time to learn and gain speed.  My experience with everyone has been excellent.  They are there and always willing to help you.  It's worth a try if you are willing to give them a chance.  You will get paid 3 days for training, which is also a plus!
SM, see message (inside); NM, no message (inside)
sent you an email - no message inside
But there was a message inside, so I was confused! nm
Sorry, message too long, see inside
I meant instead of saying quit, or something equally ridiculous without addressing what she said, to prove what she said was untrue. It can't be done, it is all true. I am not flaming, but I have been there, done that, and am equally tired of reading from management, you're going to love this...., and then find out it equal $200-300 less a month. Just facts lady.
sm = see message (inside post)
Thanks for the info! - No message inside
: )
Anyone from Precyse Solutions that would be
willing to share their experience working for them?
They are a great company, and they just opened up radiology hiring. They are SOOO user friendly! And the supervisor who is working with radiology is wonderful.
Precyse Solutions !!
I have read a few complaints about them, but my year with them has been a top drawer experience, and they are offering a bonus for 2nd/3rd shifts.
Precyse Solutions
What's the consensus?  Thanks in advance.
Precyse Solutions
Does anyone have any information on this company? I am considering submitting my resume, but want to know more first and I can't find them on the BBB website. Thanks!
Precyse Solutions
Would like information on approximate cost of monthly health benefits. Thank you.
Precyse Solutions
So does anyone know what the PTO or maternity leave is like at Precyse Solutions?
Precyse Solutions too
Precyse Solutions
Hi y'all...Okay, I need to hear from current Precyse emps or very recent ex-employees.....am considering accepting position with this company...have read other posts....from a year ago....anything recent? Any comments at all are welcome...thanks so much.

Precyse solutions?
Anyone work at Precyse Solutions?  Can you provide me any information at all?  Good?  Bad?  Do they send work oveseas at all?  Any information would be appreciated.  Getting ready to leave employer of 10 years and need to find another great company to work for.  Thanks.
Precyse Solutions does. NM
Precyse Solutions
Just thought I'd share, Precyse Solutions has great platform, great benefits & pay is okay but bonuses limited. Also, they require you have your foot on the pedal for 8 hours/40 hours per work week in order to keep your benefits. Yep, that's right. You're now allowed time to look up terminology, physicians, or even go to the bathroom unless you are willing to work 9 or 10 hours a day to make up any lost time or work all the time on the weekend so your footpedal has been pressed for 40 hours. Something they don't tell you on your interview.
Precyse Solutions
I have been with this company now for 6 months,  and expected the work to run low around the holidays, but the truth is it has been low since I began work here.  This will be my shortest term of employment anywhere.  I can't seem to make a living here because the workflow is so unreliable.  The worst and most crazy thing is when I logged onto MT jobs.com to see what was there, Precyse is hiring still....no wonder there is no work--they are into over staffing.  If you are interested in working for them, you may want to take this into consideration.  It's hard to pay the bills when the workflow is not there and works against you maintaining a line count.  I have been an MT for 10 years, and living by the computer checking for work to pick up (outside your scheduled shift), staying chained to the computer all day is no way to try and live either.  You become a piece of furniture, one with the desk--horrible. 
Precyse solutions?
Any feedback? The package looks great, and a sign on bonus.  Is this one we should jump on? Thanks in advance.
Precyse Solutions
Anybody work for them?  Just heard they now have a big radiology account on which I had a couple of years' experience before my fomer MTSO lost the account.  Would love to be back on that account.  Would anyone advise calling them directly versus doing on-line application?  TIA
Precyse Solutions
Provides complete setup, great training, great benefits.
Any opinions out there on Precyse Solutions?  Thanks!
Precyse Solutions
Precyse Solutions is a multi-international company that offshores its work to Bombay, rather Mumbai. It has offices set up in Mumbai. Just say NO to any company that outsources to another country, because in the long run it will be the demise of our careers in transcription. We can clearly see the results now with the CPLs we are being paid. Why would these offshoring companies continue to pay us a living wage, when they can practically get it for free in another country. We need to send them a message. Our President needs to send them a message by hitting these companies in the pockets and making them pay for the damage they have caused to this career and our country.

Power to the American Transcription Community - Long live American Transcription in the US of A!

Precyse Solutions nm
Precyse Solutions
If you know anything about working for this company, please share your experience.  Pros and cons please.  Thanks.
precyse solutions
There is nothing wrong with having high standards as long as they are attainable; however, when most of your workforce is on 100% QA,even oldest employees and not just 1) Then, it would be pretty obvious to most that there is a problem and something or someone is stinking up the place. I guess I would have to say there is something rotten in Denmark, I mean in Precyse, and it is not the hardworking MTs.
nm=no message inside. Can't believe it's so hard to understand. nm
Spheris India. See Message Inside.

Coimbatore has the potential to become one of the largest Medical Transcription (MT) centres outside the US due to the advantages of a large number of student population and health care knowledge available in the city, according to Mr Suresh Nair, CEO and Managing Director, Spheris India Pvt Ltd, Bangalore, and President, the Indian Medical Transcription Industry Association (IMTIA).

The Industry, which now largely depends on business from the health care institutions in the US, could also expect to secure greater business from the hospitals in India in the coming years as the health insurance business that drives the growth of the MT industry is set to gain greater acceptance among the people here, he said.

Addressing the media here, he said the MT industry in India currently employs around 20,000 people and compared with other BPO activities such as call centre jobs, the attrition rate in MT sector was less. The size of the business generated by the MT industry annually in India was estimated at $250 million that was a fraction of the global MT industry's business volume of $12 billion. In India, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Delhi were prominent centres for the MT industry but now the business is seen shifting to smaller cities such as Pune, Kochi and Coimbatore. The industry is witnessing a 50 per cent annual growth in the country.

He said though the US health care sector generated the largest volume of business for the MT industry in India, other countries such as Australia, the UK, West Asia and Singapore offered good potential. He said more than 50 per cent of the medical transcription work was done inhouse by hospitals in the US and this offered more opportunity for growth.

Mr Nair clarified that the medical transcription work was moving from the US to India not because of any cost advantage but because of the growing shortage in the availability of medical transcription personnel in the US. There was an estimated 10 per cent annual decline in transcriptionists capacity every year in the US because of retirement and inadequate number of new recruits joining the profession there.

He said it was estimated that India requires addition of 10,000 transcriptionists every year to cope with the demand. Apart from the Philippines that had traditionally competed with India for this work, others such as Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Pakistan have joined the race to get their share of the outsourcing pie. There are signs of South American nations and countries in the West Indies setting up capabilities in this field.

He said there has been a gradual migration of companies in the industry from larger cities such as Delhi, Bangalore and Hyderabad to smaller cities such as Pune, Coimbatore and Kochi in the last two or three years. In the last twelve months, three or four MT companies have moved to Coimbatore from Bangalore. Powered by the growth in broadband connectivity, there was also growing trend of transcriptionists working from home that offered tremendous employment potential to women.

Mr Nair expected Coimbatore to have 5,000 medical transciptionists in the next 18 months. Asked about the safeguards the MT companies have put in place to get their fee for the work done from clients abroad and to pay their employees here promptly, Mr T.P. Prabhakaran, CEO of Pradot Technologies Private Ltd, Bangalore, which also has a unit here, said the companies entered into contracts directly with the hospitals and also obtained part of the payment in advance. The MT companies have established their presence in the business and have strong relationship with their clients.

Mr Nair said a trained MT could earn up to Rs 10,000-Rs 12,000 a month, and this could go up to Rs 15,000-Rs 20,000 after two years of experience.

Copyright 2000 - 2006 The Hindu Business Line

I feel for you. (long message inside)
I just recently left a job where I was getting paid hourly plus production to make a lot less. It sounds absolutely crazy, I know, but I was a stressed out basketcase. They got a new operations manager not long after I was hired who was not happy about them paying a few of us hourly. They hired a couple of people for each shift and paid them hourly because the account had a lot of downtime and very short TATs on their jobs. Bogging people down with a secondary was causing the work to go out of TAT too much, so they finally decided to try the hourly plus production thing. It was working great. We were happy, the client was happy, and all the work was getting done on time. Anyway, the new operations manager was absolutely horrible and started doing all kinds of stuff that made me feel like the hourly was going to be taken away any minute. Without that, the company didn't have enough to stay for. Each day you were hearing about more stuff happening/changing. The communication was horrible.

Anyway, my point is that you can't always go by money. No or low stress is worth a lot of money to me. I know the bills have to be paid, but your health and well being are more important than any amount of money. It was very hard for me to decide on which company to go with because I had several offers. I prayed about it and took a leap of faith that I was making the right choice this time. Only time will tell, but I feel very positive about it.

Things that should be considered in addition to pay rate per line are: Cost of insurance, paid time off, schedule offered, does the company outsource (an important issue for me), what the minimum quota is, is overtime offered/expected, and is quality as important as quantity to them. The company offering a higher line rate may cost a lot more per month/pay period for insurance, which could end up balancing out the 2 cpl. Who offers the best PTO? To me, the PTO offered says a lot about how the company treats their employees. If they expect the push, push, push for high production but never want to pay for their employees to have well-deserved time off -- I don't want to work for them. I don't like being treated like a number that doesn't have a life away from the computer. Will you be expected to work a lot of overtime or will it be on a voluntary basis? Which one offers a schedule that works best for your lifestyle. I hated working every weekend, and while it was hard, I found a company that was willing to offer me a daytime M-F shift.

Anyway, just some of my thoughts that I hope will help you in your decision. I wish you the best of luck. God bless!

Sorry this turned out to be so long. LOL I actually stopped myself and could have said a lot more - believe it or not!
hmmm, not seeing a post (?) No message inside
NM means No Message inside post
Precyse Solutions/should I or shouldn't I?
Got an offer. Could use some info on this company. Benefits sound pretty good, line rate decent for FT. They send their own computer. Curious about the platform...easy to learn? Good sound quality? Expander friendly? Nice people? Do they seem fair-minded? QA/team manager oversight...too much, too little or just right? Any feedback would be helpful.
Precyse Solutions benefits?
Would appreciate any specific information I can get on cost of benefits, especially medical, dental, etc. It would be for me and my husband, no children, but would also like to know costs for just myself as well. Thanks.
Precyse Solutions and Medquist
Any info on Precyse Solutions? sm
Have an interview with them.  Is their health plan affordable?  Do they pay well?  Is the interview/testing hard...it is rather lengthy from what I hear.  Thanks....Sounds good from what I hear though.
precyse solutions or transcend?
anyone work for these firms?
Precyse Solutions and Satellite
Do any of you Precyse MTs use satellite internet connection and, if so, does it work okay with their system? Thanks!!
Precyse Solutions-Feedback???

Just accepted a position with them, coming out of Spheris.  Most recent posts talking about Precyse are from March ....  Anyone have any pros/cons for this company?  TIA!  

Anybody work for Precyse Solutions?
 Any feedback from their employees or ex-employees would be appreciated.  Thanks.
CyMed/SPI or Precyse Solutions...which is better..sm..?
I would like to know your opinions on these two companies where I and thinking of applying with. Who pays better?  Better growth potential?  Better benefits and PTO?  Better platform?  How well do they treat you?  Bonuses?  Lots of questions as you see.  TIA
any thoughts on Precyse Solutions
just wondering...thanks
I really must work on my schmoozing skills, ya know? no message inside.
Can someone give me information on Precyse Solutions...sm
I would like any and all information regarding Precyse Solutions...I know they are Employee Status.  But could you tell me about their pay, cost of health insurance, etc.  Thanks.
Medware, Transcript USA, Precyse Solutions

Does anyone have information on any of these three companies?  I have been trying to do some searching on them...

I want to know about a computer if it is provided or not, benefits, vacation pay, and specifically if there is anything for a maternity leave...I have other posts on here and noone really seems to be helping me out much...hasn't anyone been in my situation before?  I need to have pay when I give birth to a baby...I CANNOT go without pay for that time!!!!

HELP ~stacy

Who works for Precyse Solutions? Need your opinions

of this company. Pluses and minuses, including steady work, health benefits, etc. TIA


Precyse Solutions--Does anyone know if they still require you to use their computer?
I know they advertise that they provide it, but do you have to use theirs? I'd rather work for someone that didnt require you to use their computer. Thanks