|California’s Division of Workers’ Compensation Accepting Applications for Qualified Medical Evaluator Examination in October 2020|
By Lonce Lamonte and Newsline from the CA DIR's Division of Workers' Compensation - August 11, 2020
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Division of Workers’ Compensation (DWC) has made changes to the Qualified Medical Examiner (QME) examination process.
DWC will offer in-home computer-based testing (CBT) for the examination using Proctor U. Candidates who are interested in taking the CBT exam and have the minimum system requirements should indicate so on the application. Interested candidates will be notified of registration and scheduling requirements.
DWC will also offer an in-person examination in Northern California on October 17 and 18, following the guidelines and recommendations by the CDC and California Department of Public Health. Due to limitations on capacity, candidates will be assigned a test date on either of those dates.
|California’s Division of Workers’ Compensation (DWC) Issues Notice of Conference Call Public Hearing for Proposed Evidence-Based Update to the Medical Treatment Utilization Schedule (MTUS)|
By Lonce Lamonte and Newsline from the CA DIR's Division of Workers' Compensation - August 10, 2020
The DWC has issued a notice of conference call public hearing for a proposed evidence-based update to the MTUS, which...
|Insight Service Group (ISG) Announces the Acquisition of iUnlimited Inc.|
By Insight Service Group - August 5, 2020
Insight Service Group (ISG) has announced that it has acquired iUnlimited Inc., based out of Californi...
|Mitchell-Genex Acquires Coventry Workers’ Comp Services|
By Lonce Lamonte and News Release From Scott Public Relations - August 3, 2020
Mitchell-Genex, formerly known as Mitchell International Inc., has completed its acquisition of Covent...
|The Critical Importance of a Property and Casualty- Catastrophe Adjuster In Today’s World|
By Ryan Stubblefield - July 22, 2020
When I began my career as a catastrophe adjuster, my Father told me the two best moments regarding a c...
|Cheryl Scott, City Of Glendale Workers’ Compensation Administrator, To Retire At End Of March 2020. She plans to work part-time and be in the audience at the Hollywood Bowl. |
By Lonce Lamonte - February 26, 2020
Cheryl Scott, the Workers’ Compensation Administrator at the City of Glendale, is retiring coming up...
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