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IME Qualification Bill Heading to Conference Committee

Monday, April 16, 2018 | 315 | 0 | 37 min read

A bill that would establish qualification standards for Hawaii doctors conducting independent medical examinations is heading to an end-of-session conference committee after the House of Representatives refused to concur with amendments adopted in the Senate. Rep. Aaron Ling Johanson HB 2202, by Rep. Aaron Ling Johanson, D-Moanalua, would require doctors conducting IMEs be “duly qualified” to perform such evaluations. When the House on March 1 unanimously passed the bill, it defined duly qualified as meaning a doctor has malpractice insurance, owes the same duty of care to an ...

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