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12-Hour Disability Evaluation Report Writing Course

IF YOU ARE A PHYSICIAN sitting for the NEXT QME EXAM**,
This course is for YOU.

This course is approved by the DWC for the 12-hr. Disability Evaluation Report Writing Course as required by Title 8, California Code of Regulations, Section 11 (Eligibility Requirements for Initial Appointment as a QME) Provider # 2 (Livingstone-Lopez Consulting, LLC)

COST: $325 pp
(Discount available for 5 or more from same group)

This course is 100% Distance Learning – Available NOW!
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
or call (760) 944-6769

  • Once you place your order, you will be emailed a link to the video presentation and all course materials.
  • After completing the tests and sample report, simply return them to us and we will grade the tests, critique your sample report, and upon a passing grade will send your Certification of Completion.

**PreQMEs & PTPs

Register for the next QME exam:
October 15-22, 2022 Computer Based Testing at Pearson VUE Testing Centers
The Division of Workers’ Compensation (DWC) will administer the next Qualified Medical Evaluator (QME) Competency Examination from October 15-22, 2022.

Register for the Next QME Exam

Optional 90-minute Q&A Zoom Session
INCLUDED with Course Purchase!

This is NOT a required part of the report writing course and is NOT a prep session. This is simply a follow up to the distance learning course for those who have questions about the material presented. This will be live via Zoom, and will take place on Saturday, October 8 at 9:30 AM.

Summary of
Report Writing Course

  1. The Qualified Medical Evaluator’s Role in the Disability Evaluation Process
  2. Elements of the Medical-Legal Report
  3. The Language of Reports
  4. The Administrative Director’s Disability Evaluation Protocols
  5. The Third-Party Perspective
  6. Anatomy of a Good Report
  7. Mechanics of Report Writing
  8. QME regulations
  9. 90-minute optional Question and Answer follow up session via Zoom conferencing

Our DWC-approved distance learning course consists of our pre-recorded live course, 4 (four) articles, a sample report assignment and tests on all materials. The tests will be graded and the sample report will be critiqued. Upon a passing grade (70%+), you will be sent a certificate of completion for the course within 5-7 business days. If a faster turnaround is required, please contact us directly.

Presenters: David Kizer, Esq., Dana Livingstone-Lopez, Principle TeachCE, Inc., and Sherry German, Certified Impairment Rating Specialist