The US Oncology Network believes local cancer care is better care and in 2017 Vantage Oncology joined The US Oncology Network. The US Oncology Network empowers the delivery of advanced integrated cancer care through our network of independent physicians who share expertise and resources to provide quality, value-based care close to home. Our clinical and business support capabilities, expertise and industry-leading technologies keep local practices at the forefront of high quality, efficient care delivery while enabling practice success, quality of life and financial security for physicians.
The US Oncology Network has 1,400 affiliated physicians, 400 locations across the United States and 800,000 patients treated annually
We have an immediate opening for a part time Transcriptionist. Please note, this is not a remote position and will require the employee to work as part of our office staff.
Summary of Responsibilities Under general supervision, transcribes dictation by physicians and other healthcare professional regarding patient assessment, workup, therapeutic procedures, clinical course, diagnosis, prognosis, etc. in order to document patient care. Supports and adheres to the US Oncology Compliance Program, to include the Code of Ethics and Business Standards.
Key Responsibilities -Transcribes medical dictation to provide a permanent record of patient care. -Transcribes physician dictation to include progress notes, letters, history and physical reports, hospital dismissal/interval notes, signout lists, and other physician correspondence or typing as requested. -Copy and post all letters/correspondence for records. Files progress notes, H&Ps and dismissal/interval notes. Routes dictated orders to appropriate personnel in a timely manner. -Transcribes radiology or pathology reports verbally by phone or from hospital computer dictation systems as requested. -Recognizes, interprets, and evaluates inconsistencies, discrepancies, and inaccuracies in medical dictation and appropriately edits, revises and clarifies without altering the meaning of the dictation or changing dictator's style. -Clarifies dictation, which is unclear or incomplete, seeking assistance as necessary. Flags reports requiring the attention of the supervisor or dictator. -Verifies all patient notes are dictated and transcribed in accordance to the daily patient schedule. -Formats reports according to established guidelines. -Recognizes and reports unusual circumstances and/or information with possible risk factors to supervisor or dictator. -Consults supervisor regarding dictation that may be regarded as unprofessional, frivolous, insulting, inflammatory, or inappropriate. -Operates designated word processing, dictation, and transcription equipment as directed to complete assignment. -Maintains equipment and work area as directed. -Prepares correspondence, memos, forms and other typing as requested by supervisor.
Minimum Requirements High school diploma or equivalent required. Minimum three years medical transcription experience. CMT certification preferred. The US Oncology Network is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.
Internal Number: MCKEA00877713
About New York Oncology Hematology
New York Oncology Hematology (NYOH) is the leading provider of community-based cancer care and blood disorder services. With seven convenient locations in Albany, Amsterdam, Clifton Park in Saratoga County, Hudson, Rexford and Troy, our team of 32 physicians and 350 cancer care specialists see more than 100,000 cancer visits a year.
NYOH has always been at the forefront of cancer care. More than 30 years ago, we began as the region’s first oncology practice in a community setting (outside a hospital). A few years later, we offered the first radiation treatment outside a hospital setting.
Today, we continue our commitment of providing world class care, close to home. We offer the region’s largest clinical research and drug trial operation, only stem cell transplant program and only neuro-oncology care. We recently brought the first Varian Truebeam Radiotherapy System to our new practice: Clifton Park in Saratoga County.
Our medical staff includes 32 board certified physicians who specialize in the care of patients with cancer (medical oncology and radiation oncology) and blood-related disorders (hematology). With a patient care team of more than 350 oncology certified nurse...s, pharmacists, laboratory technologists, radiation therapists and support personnel, we are able to provide the personal level of care our patients need during treatment.