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Medical Transcription + Medical Terminology

Seattle Central Community College

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Career Training Program
Program Code: GES122
Hours: 300
Fees: $1995.00 USD

Outline

Medical Transcription 

  1. Introduction
  2. Pre-transcription Phase
    1. Introduction
    2. Understanding Medical Records
    3. Language Basics
    4. Medical Transcription Basics
  3. Transcription Phase 1
    1. Reproductive System
    2. Gastrointestinal System
    3. Cardiopulmonary System
    4. Integumentary System
    5. Psychology/ Neurology Systems
    6. Nervous System
    7. Orthopedic/ Endocrine Systems
    8. Vascular/ Renal Systems
    9. Musculoskeletal System
    10. Respiratory System
  4. Transcription Phase 2
    1. Cardiology Consult
    2. Echocardiogram
    3. Genitourinary Operative Report
    4. Orthopedicas Operative Report
    5. Surgical Pathology Report
    6. Emergency Dept. Treatment Record
    7. Interventional Radiology Report
    8. Spine Clinic HPIP Note
    9. Radiology Report
    10. Vascular Surgery Clinic SOAP Note
    11. Orthopedics Operative Report
    12. Plastic Surgery Operative Report
    13.  Colonoscopy Procedure Note
    14. Internal Medicine Clinic HPIP Note
    15. Neurosurgery Operative Report
    16. Urology Operative Report
    17. Radiology Report
    18. Pediatric Neurology Clinic Note
    19. Obstetrics Operative Report
    20. Orthopedics Operative Report
    21. Vascular Surgery Clinic Note
    22. Pediatric Dental Operative Report
    23. Orthopedics Operative Report
    24.  Orthopedics Consult
    25. Psychological/Intellectual Evaluation
    26. Correspondence
    27. Cardiology Consult
  5. Transcription Phase 3
    1. Neurosurgery Operative Report
    2. Oral Operative Report
    3. Orthopedics Operative Report
    4. GYN/GU Operative Report
    5. Gastroenterology Operative Report
    6. Urology Operative Report
    7. Plastic Surgery Operative Report
    8. Orthopedics Operative Report
    9.  Neurosurgery Operative Report
    10.  Pediatric Dental Operative Report
  6. Transcription Phase 4
    1. Orthopedics Consult
    2. Emergency Dept. Treatment Record
    3. Electrophysiology Study
    4. Emergency Dept. Treatment Record
    5. Internal Medicine Clinic SOAP Note
    6. Orthopedics Consult
    7. Electroencephalogram Report
    8. Internal Medicine Clinic HPIP Note
    9. Cardiothoracic Consult
    10. Orthopedics Preop H&P
  7. Post-Transcription Phase
    1. Course Conclusion
  8. Final Exam 

Medical Terminology 


  1. Your Foundation in Medical Terminology
    1. The Fundamentals of Medical Terminology
    2. Practicing What You've Learned - The Fundamentals of Medical Terminology
    3. Getting to Know the Human Body
    4. Practicing What You've Learned - Overview of the Human Body
    5. What Have You Learned?
  2. The Skeletal and Muscular Systems 
    1. What Makes Up a Skeleton?
    2. Practicing What You've Learned - What Makes Up a Skeleton?
    3. Flex Some Muscle
    4. Practicing What You've Learned - Flex Some Muscle
    5. What Have You Learned?
  3. The Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems 
    1. Getting to the Heart of Things
    2. Practicing What You've Learned - Getting to the Heart of Things
    3. Take a Deep Breath
    4. Practicing What You've Learned - Take a Deep Breath
    5. What Have You Learned?
  4. The Digestive, Urinary, and Reproductive Systems 
    1. Going for the Gut
    2. Practicing What You've Learned - Going for the Gut
    3. When Nature Calls
    4. Practicing What You've Learned - When Nature Calls
    5. The Birds and the Bees
    6. Practicing What You've Learned - The Birds and the Bees
    7. What Have You Learned?
  5. Nervous and Integumentary Systems and Special Senses 
    1. You've Got Some Nerve
    2. Practicing What You've Learned - You've Got Some Nerve
    3. Now Hear (and See) This!
    4. Practicing What You've Learned - Now Hear (and See) This!
    5. Slip Me Some Skin
    6. Practicing What You've Learned - Slip Me Some Skin
    7. What Have You Learned?
  6. The Lymphatic, Immune, and Endocrine Systems 
    1. Protection Against Infection
    2. Practicing What You've Learned - Protection Against Infection
    3. Learning About Hormones
    4. Practicing What You've Learned - Learning About Hormones
    5. What Have You Learned

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