FAQ

How much do you charge?
Our prices are based on many factors, such as the volume of work, turnaround time, and method of dictation (i.e., digital recorders versus call-in system). We generally charge for medical and legal work per 65-character line. Interviews, meetings, videos, podcasts, focus groups, etc., are generally priced per audio minute so you’ll know exactly what you’ll pay before you send us your work.

Need a quick quote? Give us a call at (800) 557-0022 or fill out or Contact Us form.

Do you offer secure, online access to manage our reports?
Yes. Our HIPAA-compliant complete document management solution is included in the price of transcription — we store your reports forever!  You and your staff will have the ability to view, edit, and print reports from any Internet connection. From voice to text, the status each dictation is given a unique ID that can be tracked at all times. Best of all, our system is easy to use. If you can check email, you can use our system.

Isn’t it less expensive to use an employee onsite to type my reports?
Usually, it is 20-30% less expensive to send your work out. After you add up the costs of your employee(s), including an hourly wage, benefits, taxes (including FICA match and Federal and State Unemployment taxes), Worker’s Compensation Insurance, equipment costs (such as computers, printers, Dictaphone or Lanier systems, etc), and indirect costs (such as office space and management), I think you will find our service can save you money and office space.

Who types these reports?
All of the Medical Language Specialists who work for Type4Me have 2 or more years experience and reside within the United States. Their work is proofread until we are certain it is over 99% accurate. They must also read and sign a statement regarding confidentiality and HIPAA compliance regulations.

How do I sign up?
Easy. Just call or email us. Why not give us a test drive by having one of your physicians dictate FREE for three days? (Free trial is for 20 minutes of one physician’s dictation a day for 3 consecutive days.)