Who we are

One of America’s Top Rated Medical Transcription Companies.*

*Top Ten Reviews, 2014
(listed under parent company, Same Day transcriptions)

EHR Transcriptions is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, formed in 2012 through parent company, Same Day Transcriptions, Inc. The company provides user-friendly medical dictation transcription services for doctors who don’t like complicated technology.

From a $600 ad spend in 2003 to serving thousands of doctors and medical research organizations today, the benefits of experience have been hard-earned. They equip us to adapt to the changing needs of long-time clients and offer a range of services that can equally accommodate EMR users and healthcare professionals who feel left behind by new technology.

A timeline of our history follows.

 

(To start from the beginning, Click here, then scroll your way up!).

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2014
Medical Scribe

Medical scribe services are launched.

As a special service for a client with over 60 doctors, EHR Transcriptions forms a division for medical scribe services. Doctors are permitted to dictate through telephone and have the notes entered directly in to their EHR system. Designed for large practices with a dedicated technology manager, this is the ultimate solution for EHR system users.

2014
7000 doctors transcribed

Milestone: 7,000 doctors transcribed. 400 medical offices.

As doctors' aggravation with Electronic Health Records persists, EHR Transcriptions sees them returning from trials with voice recognition and electronic templates, asking to reinstate their personalized medical dictation transcription service.

2013

EHR Transcriptions: A doctor’s friend

EHR Transcriptions launches new service levels designed for doctors in “EHR limbo.” The company’s mission is to cross the bridge between what doctors want (personalized medical dictation transcription - “my way”) and what they are required to use (Electronic Health Records).
See how it works.

2011
US Air Force

$494 million contract - US Air Force

EHR Transcriptions (then Same Day Transcriptions) teams with six federal contractors to win placement on an exclusive contract with the US Air Force (one of just four medical transcription companies).

2010
Foreign Language Translation

Foreign Language Translation is added.

Success working on medical conferences brings increased exposure to community medical offices, medical research firms and ultimately, Corporate America. Scope of business expands in to healthcare sciences research. Foreign language translation division is formed. Not just "same day" anymore. Not just medical dictation transcription either.

2007
5000 doctors transcribed

Milestone: 5,000 doctors transcribed. 270 medical offices served. Dozens of specialties.

Medical dictation transcription service now runs 24/7. Calls for more medical conferences furthers specialization in cardiology and orthopedics, leading to creation of dedicated teams of medical specialists. See client success.

2005
The American Heart Association

A key win: The American Heart Association

With the momentum of a growing client base and a successful service record, chosen to design and execute transcription workflow for 3,000 speaker sessions of The American Heart Association. This leads to preferred vendor status for cardiology conferences.

2004

Kicked out of Mass. General Hospital (ahem... that’s Harvard).

Banging on the doors of medical offices amidst your standard Boston February, founder, Rob Foley is informed of the no-soliciting policy and asked to leave. A “few" times. Rob is proud of his newly earned distinction.

Kick out from harvard

2013

Do you Yahoo?

A single $600 ad spend with Yahoo serves as the seed of hope.

2003

Out of an office in the Santa Cruz Mountains: Same Day Transcriptions

Rob identifies the doctor’s need toward which all future efforts will point: reliably fast medical dictation transcription service. Same Day Transcriptions is born.

2002
pfizer

Stanford Medical Center & Pfizer

As he winds down his career with Pfizer working at Stanford Medical Center, Rob Foley's attention is split between seeking medical treatment for his service connected disability and studying the changing needs of community medical offices.

Giving Back

As a personal stand of support for our military, we donate 15% of profits to charitable organizations who work to support our active duty military, service disabled veterans, and the families of those who died for us. A few of the organizations that we partner with include:

  • National Coalition for Homeless Veterans
  • US Veterans Affairs* (client)
  • Wounded Warrior Foundation
  • USA Cares
  • Hero Box
  • US Army
  • Wounded Warrior Project
  • USA Cares
  • Homeless Veterans
  • Hero Box