Use Transcription Labels to Identify and Organize Your Files
Blank transcription labels give you the perfect canvas for medical information. These labels come in multiple and practical sizes and quantities. They easily run through digital or ink printers, and once printed, they are sturdy, easy-to-read and hassle-free to use.
Compatible With Multiple Printers
Our medical transcription labels are designed to work conveniently with most printers, meaning there's likely a label that runs just fine with your existing equipment. Their lightweight, thin design helps them go smoothly through your printer, and their backs adhere firmly to the label until well after the printing process is complete. You can stay focused on other tasks while printing, safe in the knowledge that the label isn't going to come loose from its backing and jam the printer, which literally creates a sticky situation.
Easily Remove Plastic Backing
Things may not always go smoothly in your office, but these labels do. After the label is printed, you simply fold the paper slightly and the backing automatically separates from the label, allowing you to pull it free. Thanks to easy-to-peel sheets from brands such as Medical Arts Press and Quill, you don't have to worry about stubborn-to-remove backing or about ruining labels if the backing doesn't come off.
Find Anything From Full-Page Labels to Skinny Strips
If you need full-sized labels, 8 x 10 3/4-inch label options fill almost an entire letter-sized piece of paper. These large labels are ideal for use as shipping labels, file labels, or other functions where you need large labels or bold statements. Look for options with perforated strips, which often come in a range of heights. These are ideal for labeling urine or blood samples, medication bottles, and other small items. Keep your patient or customer wait times to a minimum by making sure anything sent to a lab is labeled right.
Choose the Quantity You Need
Once you've narrowed down the size of your labels, you can choose from a range of quantities. If you're trying to keep operating costs low or don't have a lot of excess storage, you may opt for a pack with just 100 labels in it. However, if bulk discounts and not having to reorder that often are more important to keeping your office running smoothly, you may want to opt for packs with 500 or 1000 labels.
Enjoy Extra White Backgrounds
Many of our transcription labels feature an extra white finish as their background. This allows the ink or toner to show up more clearly against the label. As a result, you, the other staff members and your patients don't have to strain to read the message on the label. Even if your office offers vision benefits, there's no point driving employees into needing them. Black ink is strikingly clear against these white labels, and as the toner is well-anchored to the page, the text doesn't fade. That's critical with important medical information.