Top Online Medical Transcription Training Programs

Medical transcription training qualifies you for work taking dictated recordings made by healthcare professionals and transcribing them into official medical reports. You can choose either a one-year medical transcription certificate program or a two-year associate’s medical transcription degree. Both prepare you to earn the registered medical transcriptionist (RMT) and certified medical transcriptionist (CMT) designations once you have the appropriate level of workplace experience. Whether you select a medical transcription certificate or degree program, it is recommended that you attend a medical transcription school that is accredited by the Approval Committee for Certificate Programs (ACCP).



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Jacksonville University Online

Florida Tech University Online

New England College

University of South Florida

University College

Valparaiso University

Villanova University Online

Northcentral University

Western Governors University

Southern New Hampshire University

Brandman University

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

Westwood College

Career Quest Learning Center

Charter College

University of San Francisco

University of Phoenix

Rasmussen College

Utica College

University of Saint Mary

Capella University

Benedictine University

The George Washington University

Ohio University

University of Cincinnati

New England College

Grand Canyon University

Marylhurst University

University of Southern California

Adelphi University

Brandeis University Graduate Professional Studies

Maryville University

Institute of Technology

Kaplan University

Saint Xavier University

University of California San Francisco

University of Florida

Saint Joseph’s University

Simmons College of Nursing

Georgetown University School of Nursing

Pacific College

Case Western Reserve Engineering

Bradley University

ECPI University

Southeast Missouri State University

Hofstra University

Northern Arizona University

Explore Medical Transcription Jobs and Online Training Programs

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that employment for medical transcriptionists will grow by about 11% through 2018, which is as fast as the average for all occupations. Earning an medical transcription associates degree from an ACCP-approved medical transcription school can increase your likelihood of landing a good entry-level job, and achieving RMT and CMT certification can help you advance in the field. Because both dictation and record-keeping are increasingly done via electronic means, familiarity with computers and the Internet is now almost essential for medical transcriptionists.