25 Places To Find At-Home Medical Transcription Jobs

By Indeed Editorial Team

Published February 15, 2021

Medical transcription is a popular career in the medical field that can often involve work-from-home options. Whether you're looking for a part-time or full-time position, you can look for work as a medical transcriptionist to put your fast typing skills and active listening abilities to earn income. After obtaining a certificate in medical transcription to demonstrate your ability to translate medical information appropriately, start exploring healthcare or transcription companies that allow you to work from home.

In this article, we list 25 companies that have flexible medical transcription positions where you can work remotely.

What is a medical transcriptionist?

Medical transcriptionists are responsible for listening to recordings of medical information and writing it down to provide a text record of interactions between patients and healthcare providers. Their transcribed reports help doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals complete their work efficiently and keep detailed, accurate notes about every one of their patients. Medical transcriptionists may produce written reports in many formats including discharge reports, imaging studies, medical chart reviews, patient referrals and clinical summaries.

It's common for medical transcriptionists to work remotely from their home office, using an online portal to download assignment files and upload their finished transcriptions. They use transcription software to rewind and repeat audio clips to ensure they have an accurate transcription and use specific notations to indicate unclear parts of the audio file. Transcriptionists edit their work for spelling and formatting, alerting clinic administrators when assignments are complete.

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25 companies where you can do medical transcription working from home

Because medical transcription is an essential service for keeping doctors offices and hospitals operating efficiently, there are many businesses dedicated with connecting healthcare providers with skilled medical transcriptionist. Here are some of the top employers you can consider for at-home work when you want to become a medical transcriptionist:

1. Absolute Transcription

If you have at least three years of experience in a clinical environment and can meet rigorous turnaround requirements, you can apply for a job as a medical transcriptionist at Absolute Transcription. You'll use a computer, footpedal, medical spell checker and transcription software to interpret at least 12,000 lines of text every two weeks when working full-time.

2. Aquity Solutions

Aquity Solutions, formerly known as M Modal, considers candidates who have a recent diploma from an AHDI certified transcription program or at least one year of experience as a medical transcriptionist in an acute care, oncology, radiology, emergency room or multi-specialty clinic environment. They also need to be able to type 45 words per minute and have work availability during medical office hours. Some medical transcription jobs from M Modal require multiple phone lines or additional internet speed requirements.

3. The Transcription Center, Inc.

The Transcription Center, Inc. is a medical transcription business where you can work from home or commute to an in-person service center. Medical transcriptionists can earn $1 per audio minute as independent contractors once they pass a transcription test with complex cross-talk and multiple speakers. Other requirements include a 75 words per minute typing speed with 98% accuracy.

4. Ubiqus

Medical transcriptionists and medical translators can apply for part-time work from home positions with Ubiqus on a contract basis. You can work with translating medical documents or transcribing medical recordings. Some of the common project types at Ubiqus include toxicology reports, medical brochures, clinical trial study information, medical training manuals and diagnosis interviews with patients.

5. Transcription Services

Transcription Services is a transcription service that covers all areas, including medicine and healthcare. They hire medical transcriptionists at different skill levels to complete assignments of varying complexity. As a medical transcriptionist for Transcription Services, you'll prepare documents for insurance, legal and bookkeeping purposes in addition to recording medical details. You can earn up to $50 per hour of specialized medical audio.

6. SoftScript

SoftScript hires medical transcriptionists to complete projects. They require a medical transcription certificate and at least three years of experience in a related healthcare or transcription field. Candidates with a background in acute care transcription can qualify for an editing or quality assurance role reviewing projects before delivering them to clients.

7. Athreon

You can work as either a medical transcriptionist or a medical scribe at Athreon if you can provide a certificate from a related training program or equivalent experience. Medical transcriptionists directly transcribe audio files into medical documents and must have two or more years of experience if they don't have a certification. Medical scribes listen to conversations and identify relevant information, writing down a summary of pertinent details. To be considered, you only need six months of experience.

8. Nuance

Nuance incorporates artificial intelligence to help you produce efficient translations. They hire remote medical transcriptionists to manage documentation for healthcare clients and complete data entry to fully digitize written and audio documents. Experience in a professional setting is required, but medical and transcription experience is not always required depending on the project. Candidates with training in orthopedics, neurology, cardiology, pain medicine and other specialties may receive special consideration.

9. Enright

Experienced medical or legal transcriptionists can apply for work at Enright, which offers a maximum turnaround time of 24 hours. They specialize in producing medical administrative documents, consultation summaries, medical histories, transfer details and other detailed patient information. Enright only hires full-time employees with healthcare experience to offer attentive and dedicated service.

10. Preferred Transcriptions

Two years of experience at either a medical practice or a medical transcription company is the base requirement for getting a job with Preferred Transcriptions. They want candidates who can work from home at least 20 hours each week and consistently meet quick turnaround expectations, usually within eight to 12 hours of receiving the assignment.

11. MEDTRANS, Inc.

MEDTRANS, Inc. hires transcriptionists at all experience levels and has many entry-level positions that offer eight weeks of online training. They seek out candidates for full-time positions who can meet deadlines, respond to feedback and understand medical jargon. Entry-level medical transcriptionists need to be able to type a minimum of 30 words per minute and complete an aptitude test for clerical work and typing skills.

12. Allegis Transcription

Allegis Transcription focuses on providing online legal and medical dictation. As an independent contractor you'll get assignments based on your expertise, including large-scale backlog projects and rush transcription requests. Allegis Transcription doesn't have any set experience or training requirements, so this can be an ideal work-from-home position for beginners.

13. nThrive

Start your online medical transcription career at nThrive, where you'll use training modules to operate a transcription and formatting platform. You should have three years of experience working in transcription with a specialty in acute care and be able to interpret and spell a wide range of medical terms. You'll also need to maintain a quality assurance rating of at least 98% for the translations you produce.


MEDISCRIBES boasts a 99% accuracy rate, so they aim to hire experience medical transcriptionists who can produce flawless results. All medical transcriptionists at MEDISCRIBES has at least five years of experience in in medical transcription so they can accurately process medications, tests and diagnostic reports. If you get hired, you'll be assigned to a set of specific healthcare providers and get accustomed to their individual formatting and style requirements.

15. StenoMed

Healthcare providers that use StenoMed can call in to a 24/7 phone line or use a mobile app to dictate their medical documentation, then request 24-, 36- or 48-hour transcription services. You work from home to transcribe information based on legal compliance standards and provide polished reports to the client. StenoMed medical transcriptionists use Centricity, AllScripts, eClinicalWorks and Epic electronic medical records systems.

16. Precision Transcription

Precision Transcription provides medical, legal and corporate translation services that require remote medical transcriptions. Recent medical experience in acute care, medical transcription and eScription, Editscript or EMPDAT software are required. They specifically hire for pathology specialties and provide part-time, full-time and contract opportunities. You can select which shifts you want to work 24/7 and choose from a high number of available assignments.

17. Amphion

To get a job at Amphion, you need to pass a two-hour medical transcription test and have at least two years working with a hospital inpatient system. You'll be expected to transcribe in multiple specialties and have experience properly interpreting medical visits from the recording. You may also edit automatically transcribed files to confirm their accuracy.

18. GMR Transcription

GMR Transcription provides all kinds of transcription and translation services, including medical transcription. You don't need any prior experience to sign up for GMR Transcription if you pass their grammar assessment, but top medical assignments may require certification, knowledge of medical terms and experience in the medical administration field. You can earn a premium for translating "difficult" audio files that have cross-talk, background noise or other quality issues.

19. NetMed Transcription

Former healthcare professionals with ER experience can apply for a job as a full-time or contract-based medical transcriptionist. NetMed Transcription hires highly experienced professional typists and transcriptionists that can provide a 24 hour return on all projects. They offer flexible online scheduling to support medical transcriptionists seeking a home career. When completing projects for NetMed Transcription you'll use data entry skills to parse patient chart information into a secure database that clients can export to their patient tracking systems.

20. ScribeAmerica

If you live in Virginia, you may qualify for remote jobs with ScribeAmerica, a medical transcription company that doesn't require any prior experience. ScribeAmerica provides active training in medical vocabulary, clinic procedures and common notations in healthcare. Medical translators at ScribeAmerica work one-to-one with a doctor or nurse, transcribing the entirety of their day's interactions. They should be able to type 50 words per minute and be available to work for at least two shifts each week.

21. SpectraMedi

SpectraMedi offers comprehensive healthcare outsourcing to hospitals and clinics, including medical transcription, medical billing and medical coding. You can work from home as a transcriptionist or proofreader if you have related experience and medical transcription certification. SpectraMedi uses a proprietary transcription software, but having experience with other programs can show your ability to learn their system. When working at SpectraMedi you'll have access to a medical team to verify questions and concerns.


STAT TRANSCRIPTION is a medical transcription service that will provide training for candidates who successfully meet an audio test that demonstrates their ability to quickly interpret medical dictations. Medical transcriptionists work with documents in a range of specialty field and can quickly gain hands-on experience in this flexible, remote role.

23. Perfect Transcription

If you want to work from home and have availability before 1 p.m. EST, you can apply to Perfect Transcription, a physician-owned medical transcription business. They ask for three or more years of experience in medical transcription and two or more years doing medical transcription in a medical specialty. You can also consider a medical editor job if you have a medical background in a clinic.

24. Fast Chart

Fast Chart has work from home opportunities for experienced candidates who've completed two years as a full-time medical transcriptionists. You can set an adaptable schedule and decide on the volume of work you want to commit to. To qualify, you start by taking an online medical terminology exam and typing test to assess your skill level.

25. Verilogue

Transcribe conversations between patients and their healthcare team by securing a job working at home for Verilogue. The files you translate at Verilogue contribute to research about communication in medical and healthcare settings, helping doctors create more impactful messaging to engage patients. They frequently hire for bilingual medical transcriptionists who can produce both original and translated versions of medical documentation.

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