Services

24 Hour Turnaround

24-turnaround for dictations so your practice can focus on timely billing and patient authorizations.

24 Hour Turnaround

Dictation Options

Dictate on a phone line, hand held recorder or if you want to go old school and use tapes, we accept that too!

24 Hour Turnaround

STAT Dictions

You won’t be charged extra for needing reports right away. We understand the necessity for immediate attention to a patient’s needs.

24 Hour Turnaround

EHR Entry

We’ll input into your existing system allowing productivity by focusing on seeing patients, and not being waylaid by time-consuming EHR duties.

24 Hour Turnaround

Fax Services

Deliver to referring physicians all at no extra fee.

24 Hour Turnaround

No Startup Fees or Minimums

Start dictating today! You will only be charged for the reports you dictate and nothing else!

24 Hour Turnaround

All reports storage

We will store your reports for at least one year or longer – per your request.

24 Hour Turnaround

No Long-term Contracts

No commitments! Dictate as little or much as you like. No hidden fees

Testimonials

Your company is the BEST!!!! We have never had a better transcription company, so thank you again. So glad we found you.

4_5_stars

Kandi Shangula

Billing Manager

I have been using Faber Transcription services for approximately ten years. I am very satisfied with the services that have been provided to me.

4_5_stars

Daniel T. Malatesta

Ed.D. Psychologist

I love your service so much! Just a few reports and I feel so relieved already!

4_5_stars

Terry Stempien

Speech Pathologist

I have used Faber Transcription for our clients for over 15 years and have been extremely satisfied with the price, turnaround and content of their service.

4_5_stars

Larry Preston

MBA HFMA, President

I have been using Faber Transcription services for approximately ten years. I am very satisfied with the services that have been provided to me.

4_5_stars

Daniel T. Malatesta

Ed.D. Psychologist

Flawless. I'm delighted with your quality and speed!

4_5_stars

Dr. Daniel Bressler

Medical Doctor

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    Thousands of well-educated people share erroneous beliefs. With the help of my father, Jack Gorman, M.D., I began to explore why people develop these mindsets and wrote the book Denying to the Grave: Why We Ignore the Facts That Will Save Us. You're about to learn the neurological basis for how such thinking "narrows" the brain and how to reverse the process in yourself and others. But first, let's take a look at six prevailing health myths that some people still believe.

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    Prices and deductibles are rising. Networks are shrinking. And even some well-off Americans are questioning what they’re paying for. While the share of Americans without health insurance is near historic lows four years after the Affordable Care Act extended coverage to almost 20 million people, the Trump administration has been rolling back parts of the law. At the same time, the cost for many people to buy a health plan—if they don’t get it from a job or the government—is higher than ever.

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    My 54-year-old patient was alone in the intensive care unit, with no family or friends in his life. He slumped in his bed, gasping, staring up at me. Admitted with lung fibrosis and pneumonia, he had scars and infection aggressively replacing his airways, despite our best treatments.

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    When patients go to see Dr. C.T. Lin for a checkup, they don’t see just Dr. Lin. They see Dr. Lin and Becky. Becky Peterson, the medical assistant who works with Lin, sits down with patients first and asks them about their symptoms and medical history—questions Lin used to ask. When Lin comes in the room, she stays to take notes and cue up orders for tests and services such as physical therapy. When he leaves, she makes sure the patient understands his instructions.