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QMEs Allege Additional Underground Rules Limit Billing for Research Time

By Greg Jones (Senior Editor)

Friday, February 23, 2018 | 2243 | 1 | 124 min read

California qualified medical evaluators have lodged another complaint about underground rule-making in their nearly two-year fight with the Division of Workers’ Compensation over how the agency is handling requests for recertification. Six former QMEs in an amended complaint filed Wednesday with the Los Angeles County Superior Court said the division is limiting their ability to cite time spent on medical research as a complexity factor as part of a “scorched-earth policy” to deny reappointment licenses. The providers claim the division adopted three underground re...

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