EHR Transcriptions review | TechRadar

EHR Transcriptions can trace its origins back to a sister company, Same Day Transcriptions, that was founded back in 2003 with a $600 Yahoo ad. EHR Transcriptions grew out of this in 2012, as a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, founded by Rob Foley. 

They have grown considerably, and now serve approximately 4,800 medical offices and medical research organizations worldwide with over 7,500 dictating clinicians, and over 2 million dictations delivered. The company is based in the US at Lakewood Ranch, Florida, and 15% of the profits are given to organizations that help US veterans.


EHR Transcriptions endeavors to simplify the process of dictating for clinicians. After all, physicians are trained to provide care to patients, and not be computer experts.


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The service starts with having a number of options available for dictation, including telephone, which gets included on all accounts, and then upgrades available for the provider to be able to use their iPhone, a digital voice recorder via a medical dictation upload tool, or a computer microphone. It is certainly a plus to have this many options, which then ensures that this medical transcription service will fit into any clinician’s workflow.

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