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EZ QME CONTINUING EDUCATION presents Fall 2023 QME Test Prep Course. Join us on Saturday 9/30/23 and October 7, 2023 for two "LIVE" 6 hour sessions of all you need to know to successfully pass the QME Competency Exam, and become credentialed as a Qualified Medical Evaluator. This is a valuable credential that you must meticulously prepare for, and EZ QME Continuing Education is the only provider of "Live" QME Test Prep interactive training.
Join DWC QME Continuing Education Provider and author of over 500 hours of QME Continuing Education Courses Perry J. Carpenter DC QME for 2 focused QME Test Prep training sessions on all the knowledge and skills necessary to pass the QME Competency Exam, and claim your coveted and valuable QME credential.
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Welcome to EZ CONTINUING EDUCATION.org! This is your one stop resource for all of your QME Continuing Education needs. All of our QME Continuing Education CEU Home Study Programs are convenient and affordable. We provide an ongoing library of current and relevant Distance Learning programs for the busy QME evaluating doctor. We also have QME Success Products - such as QME Report Templates, and examination instruments for the Permanent Impairment evaluation.
All QME Continuing Education Home Study Courses are Approved by the Division of Workers Compensation Medical Unit. All Programs include 1) Written notes and references, 2) Audio or video lecture, 3) Course Examination.
Benefits of our streamline Program Format options - compared to other online Programs - include:
Whatever your preferred learning style, whether listening to lecture in your car, watching the videos on your smart TV, watching the narrated PowerPoint presentation on your computer or Ipad, or simply reading and studying the Course Notes, you can complete your QME Continuing Education Program in a format compatible with your busy work and life style!
Finally, you can "Get your QME Continuing Education credits the E-Z way!"
We have the largest and most diverse Library of QME Continuing Education Home Study Programs in the industry. We have Programs for all Specialties of Qualified Medical Evaluators. Our Program are specifically designed to make YOU a more competent, more confident, and therefore a more valuable QME in the system. And, we give you the tools to help you really SUCCEED as a QME!
Check out our many QME Success Products all designed to make your evaluations simpler, and more accurate. We have the latest tools and Template that take your evaluations OVER THE TOP to establish you as a top notch Qualified Medical Evaluator.
We have everything you need to succeed in your career as a California Qualified Medical Evaluator. From our industry leading library of QME Continuing Education Home Study Courses, to our QME Success Products, to our state of the art QME Report Templates, we make your life as a busy QME easy and profitable!
Bringing you the best in QME Continuing Education - straight from the trenches of the face to face evaluation - since 2013.
Learn the insider's secrets of the best and most respected QME evaluators of all Specialties with cutting edge QME Continuing Education Home Study Programs and Products!
Master the face-to-face evaluation, write with certainty, conviction and authority, and watch your reputation grow! Just give us a call - we looking forward to helping you find the perfect resolution to your evaluation!
We are constantly publishing NEW Programs to help you stay "up to the minute" current with trends in the QME industry. Below are some of our most recently approved Courses (click for more information):
Cumulative trauma injuries can be difficult to understand. Add in multiple body parts, a concurrent specific incident of injury, and the fact that many many claims for cumulative trauma injury are filed long after the employee and employer have separated their relationship and, you can understand that many Qualified Medical Evaluators scratch their heads bald when faced with the difficult determinations in cumulative trauma injury claims. In this Program, we unravel - strand by strand - the medical decision making choke points that gag QMEs and, we resolve them one by one.
Now, you can look forward to your next evaluation that involves an allegation of cumulative trauma injury because - you are going to be seeing ALOT of these!
Some sections of our Reports are easier than other sections. For example, the History section of the Report is easy. The Relevant Medical History section is easy. The Social History is easy. The Occupational History is easy. On the other hand, the Causation (AOE/COE) section of the Report is difficult. The Permanent Impairment section is difficult. The Apportionment section of the Reports is......arghhhhh.....DIFFICULT.
But, what if, for once, you could sail through these sections of your Report effortlessly, and without deliberating for days while the Reports sits - festering - on your desk for 29 days before you finally bring yourself to face the difficult decisions that your Report requires.
In this Program, learn the easy streamlined and systematic algorithms that quickly and accurately bring you to the CORRECT determinations on these difficult decisions - every single time!
Master the most common neuromusculoskeletal conditions that you encounter in your career as a Qualified Medical Evaluator. Review the anatomy, pathoanatomy, and Permanent Impairment rating options for each. (6 hours DWC QME Credits plus, for Chiropractors, 6 hours Category "B" Credits).
Are your customers raving about you on social media? Share their great stories to help turn potential customers into loyal ones.
You could do such a much better job on your Face to Face Evaluation, and in preparing your QME Report if you had all the information that you needed. Here, learn how to snoop out the vital facts that noone wants to tell you. (6 hours DWC QME CRedits plus, for Chiropractors, 6 hours Category "B" credits).
Take your Reports over the Top and bill at the highest billing levels by giving the parties what they want, what they are looking for, and what they need in your Report. (6 hours DWC QME Credits plus, for Chiropractors, 6 hours Category "B" credits).
The times are quickly changing and, as a result, the QME has to get better, quicker, and more definitive in getting the evaluation done, and the final Report out. Now like never before, TIME is of the essence! (6 hours DWC QME Credits plus, for Chiropractors, 6 hours Category "B" credits).
Our Library of QME Courses bring you the cutting edge information that you need to rise to the top as a QME evaluator. From Courses on 1) Physical Examination, 2) Report Writing, 3) Apportionment, 4) Alternative Impairment ratings, (and much more), we have the largest Library all designed and created to help you succeed in your career as a Qualified Medical Evaluator. Check out all our Program Titles.
Because of the unique licensing requirements for Chiropractors, our QME Continuing Education Home Study Programs give you BIG bang for you buck. Our Courses allow you to earn QME Continuing Education Credits as well as Board of Chiropractic Examiners (BCE) credits for Chiropractors. Kill 2 birds with the same stone with QME Credits for Chiropractors + BCE Credits!.
Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome is a painful nerve entrapment condition that qualifies for Permanent Impairment according to the AMA Guides 5th Edition. Yet, it is often underevaluated and misdiagnosed - often for plantar fascitis. This video describes the anatomy of the tarsal tunnel and the posterior tibial nerve. This is part 1 in a 2 part series - part 2 shows the Physical Examination to assess for tarsal tunnel syndrome.
In an ideal World, the parties would LOVE it if the QME would just offer opinions and conclusions that qualify as "substantial medical evidence." That way, they could actually USE the conclusions without having to come back again over and over and over again to request the QME the clarify, explain, and elaborate on their bare conclusory opinions. Here is the most complete course you will find on exactly HOW to fashion your opinions and conclusions so that, once and for all, they are IRREFUTABLE!