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Medical Transcriptionist Salary in Michigan - MI

Michigan Medical Transcription Salaries

Those seeking a career in medical transcription should have a working knowledge of medical terminology and good grammar skills. To maximize chances of employment, an individual should possess at least a high school diploma. A postsecondary degree or certificate, while not a prerequisite for employment, is highly recommended.


Generally speaking, transcriptionists who are certified can expect to get the most desirable jobs and to have the best chance of employment in the field. The average Michigan medical transcriptionist salary ranges from $26,000 to $43,000, while those part-time or self-employed may earn $13 to $17 per hour.

Michigan Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity

The Michigan Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity is a recognized state association of the Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity. The purpose of the association is to offer opportunities for continuing education and professional development to medical language specialists and their associates. Any member of AHDI who resides in Michigan is automatically a member of the Michigan association. No additional dues are required. For additional information, check out the website at http://www.ahdionline.org/ca/mamt.



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