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QMEs Want Remote Evaluations During Pandemic; DIR Won't Say Whether They Can

By Mark Powell (Reporter)

Thursday, March 19, 2020 | 1879 | 1 | 96 min read

A Southern California law firm representing more than 100 qualified medical evaluators has asked the Department of Industrial Relations to adopt an emergency policy change that would allow remote evaluations in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. So far, they say they’re still waiting for a useful answer. “We saw this coming and started asking, ‘What’s your policy?’ We just got a bunch of non-responses that weren’t addressing the issue,” said Gabor Vari, co-founder and CEO of California Medical Evaluators, one of the state’s largest QME...

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