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Observers Say Proposed QME Rule Changes Could Improve Med-Legal Report Quality

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The California Division of Workers’ Compensation’s proposed amendments to its qualified …

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Anne Bazel May 4, 2021 a 7:51 am PDT

Extending amount of hours would do nothing to change the quality of reports, but would increase the cost of those hours to QME. If DWC wants to do that, they should offer the courses for free. Otherwise, they would lose more QMEs.

Jesse Marino May 4, 2021 a 10:02 am PDT

I hope this passes. The quality of reporting in the last 10 years is so bad that its close to worthless at times with few exceptions. the better reports come from the old AME's that know how to write a report.

We need better reporting to conclude our cases. Both sides of the bar should support this legislation.

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