Sten-Tel Work At Home Medical Transcription Job

July 17, 2009

Sten-Tel Medical Transcription Job

Sten-Tel is currently seeking experienced medical transcriptionists to work during the 2nd or 3rd shift hours (EST Time). You must have at least 2 years of experience with typing in a hospital setting, good grammar skills, reference materials and familiar with the internet.

System requirements are 512 MB Ram, 56 KB internet connect, foot pedal (optional), IE7 preferred, high speed internet , Word 2003 or higher and Windows XP or Vista. You can apply by sending your resume of interest to or visiting the the Sten-Tel Career Page.

{ 13 comments… read them below or add one }

Kaithwfaith July 18, 2009 at 2:45 am

I am from the Philippines. Do they accept offshore home-based MTs? Thanks

Vinod Raju July 30, 2009 at 5:38 am

I am from India, do they accept offshore home-based Mts. Please let me know

Manju Gopi August 1, 2009 at 7:26 pm

HI, I am also from India, if you accept offshore home-based Editors/Prooreaders, please let me know or contact me…Thanks.. manju

CWAH September 12, 2009 at 8:14 am

It suddenly hit you like a bolt of lightning: you’ve thought of a great business idea. This is perhaps the number one reason that people go into business from home: they’ve come up with something great that they really believe in, but can’t afford to rent any business premises. It does depend on what the business is, but working from home is often ideal in these situations.

Holly Kelley April 28, 2010 at 12:11 am

How do you apply?

S Subha January 30, 2011 at 11:05 am


I am from India, if you accept offshore home-based Medical Transcriptionist, please let me know or contact me…

Thanks and Regards

S Subha

Pat Hall April 14, 2011 at 3:59 pm

I am extremely inteerested in your work from home medical and legal transcriptionist. Please tell me what the qualifications are.

Thank you!

Lei Castrence May 4, 2011 at 9:52 am

Are you accepting offshore home-based medical transcriptionist? What are your qualifications? Thank you.

Christine July 5, 2011 at 10:18 pm

I am from Philippines, do they accept offshore home-based Mts. Please let me know.

Fay Hoyt September 30, 2011 at 5:42 pm

I am interested in applying. Please contact me. I have 13 years of experience, 4 in a hospital setting and 9 from home. Thank you.

Dibyendu Mukherjee November 29, 2011 at 12:09 am


I am from India, if you accept offshore medical transcriptionist, please do let me know. I am working in this field for the last 8.5 years and in Escription Platform for the last almost 5 years now.

Dibyendu Mukherjee

Judy Hemenway May 16, 2012 at 4:53 pm

I am looking for a medical transcription job in which I may work at home. I completed my courses at the College of Nevada. Please send me information so I may apply for work with Sten-Tel.
Thank you.
Judy Hemenway

Larissa May 22, 2012 at 8:13 pm

Please, PLEASE stop looking to BBB as a harcdore source for whether or not a medical transcription school is worth anything.I can’t believe some of what I am reading here. YOU need to DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH AS FAR AS THIS FIELD, THE EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS, AND THE SCHOOL ITSELF. If you hate to read , or hate big words/studying , or hate trying to spell stuff because that’s just for college students .THIS FIELD, NOR THE EDUCATION REQUIRED FOR IT, IS NOT FOR YOU. I can’t count how many people profess the aforementioned, claim they want to pursue MT and ask me for help . I understand typos happen, but if your posts are rife with simple misspellings ..then ..I’m not sure where the whole AHDI is a scam is coming from. Given the seemingly trillions of bootleg, bogus MT schools out there, while AHDI might not have a glowing opinion from every MT IT IS STILL THE FIRST SOURCE ANY WOULD-BE MT SHOULD CONSULT FOR OBTAINING A DECENT EDUCATION FOR THIS FIELD.Here is what *I* did: Some of the schools in my state called themselves offering MT programs ..what I did was look up the names of AHDI-approved schools, THEN looked at their curricula to compare with the school I was considering. I will tell you that many .MANY failed to measure up. One keyboarding class, a medical terminology class and an English class WILL NOT PREPARE YOU FOR THIS FIELD. Yet many of the colleges in my home state, their entire MT program consisted of 3-4 classes. Please listen to what I am saying.Everett Community College offers the Career Step MT program. You can get financial aid, including Pell grants and such, by filling out the FAFSA like you would any other college because EVCC IS a college. I have yet to see a dissatisfied student from Andrews and M-Tec, either. I have 2 more classes to go at EVCC before I graduate, and I will say that if I had not chosen Career Step, I would have chosen one of the other schools approved by AHDI. Due to me being a wife, mother, and full-time mother, it DID take me much longer to finish my education so I remember when my instructors had to go through the process to get approved by AHDI. Career Step was already approved by AHDI, but EVCC-offering-Career-Step was NOT. And coming straight from my instructors’ mouths ..the process was NOT easy.I will say this be expected to WORK during your education. If the school is any good, the student will be expected to WORK. HARD. The dictations I deal with as a student are real .not canned with a professional narrator. As I moved through the quarters, the dictations got more and more difficult. And you are confronted at the beginning of the quarter with a lo-o-o-o-ng list of dictations identified only by a number you have no idea until you start listening to the file, whether your doctor will have an accent, whether the report is short or pages long; just like a real MT job. Like a real job, you are expected to start at the beginning of the list and work on these reports one after the other through the end of the quarter.Anyway, that’s my experience so far. If you’re not willing to do even rudimentary research just to find a good school, this is NOT the field for you.

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