Do Medical Transcriptionists Need Malpractice Insurance
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Since: Jul 13
#1 Aug 17, 2013
Medical Transcriptionist is an important job role taking dictation from the physical about the patient's history, physical examination, diseases, procedures, laboratory tests and diagnoses. One must have extensive knowledge of what is typically included in a medical report in order to understand what they are saying.
Medical Transcriptionists are acting just as an medium between patient and doctor. As there is no direct contact with the patients, most of the cases there is no chance to sue for malpractice. But it is always a good practice to prepare for lawsuits even with the computer you work get hacked which lets the patients in trouble.
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