ATTORNEY QME TRAINING: THE QME'S DOG 'N PONY SHOW
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Most QME Evaluators have NO IDEA how to perform a Permanent Impairment Evaluation.  A Permanent Impairment evaluation is MUCH DIFFERENT than a Physical Examination done in the clinical setting of the doctor's office.  But most QME doctors do a clinical exam and then try to stuff a round peg in a square hole when coming up with Permanent Impairments.  This distinction is SO CRITICAL because the doctor's clinical exam has NOTHING to do with the AMA Guides.  Duh!

 

In this series of videos, learn all of the hijinx that QME's unnecessarily engage.  This will help you spot the gaping holes in the Physical Examination and you will see that MOST Permanent Impairment ratings have NO SUPPORT in positive Physical Examination Findings.  Topics Include:

 

  • The QME's Physical Exam - Are there ANY Truly Objective Tests?
  • The QME's Physical Exam - The QME's Favorite but Useless Physical Exam Procedures
  • The QME's Physical Exam - The Permanent Impairment Examination vs. The Clinical Examination (Apples and Oranges)
  • The QME's Physical Exam - Would You Please Use the Proper Instruments?
  • The QME's Physical Exam - Stop stop stop doing GRIP TESTING!
  • The QME's Physical Exam - How to Properly do an Activities of Daily Living Assessment

 

According to Escobedo, for an opinion to qualify as "substantial medical evidence", it must be based on "an adequate exam."  When will you realize that your clients/claimants are not being properly examined according to procedures in the AMA Guides?

ATTORNEY QME TRAINING: THE QME'S DOG 'N PONY SHOW

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