A workers’ comp insurance adjuster receives a report saying that the patient, an injured worker, has been able to carry out all of their day-to-day functions with no sort of hindrance from their sustained work injury. The doctors measurements say that they have lost all use of their injured body part. Did that make any bells go off for you?
Dr. John Alchemy describes the new feature of RateFast: the Parity Calculator, and illustrates the importance of keeping congruence between objective findings and subjective measurements when writing a workers’ comp report.
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Welcome to the RateFast Video Series, PR-4 Reports Explained!
This video series is intended to show those who are new (and even some who are experienced) to workers’ compensation to give valuable information on writing the PR-4 Permanent Stationary report. If you have any questions, or if you would like to give RateFast or RateFast Express a try, visit our website at www.rate-fast.com or email us at email@example.com.
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Dr. John Alchemy explains the importance of telemedicine in the midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Also, try the FREE RateFast CDC COVID-19 Risk Assessment Calculator at covidriskcalculator.net
The RateFast CDC COVID-19 Risk Assessment tool is based on the CDC COVID-19 Guidelines for Risk Assessment.
The link for the tool can be found here: covidriskcalculator.net
If you are having difficulty with a RateFast report, a RateFast support representative may ask you for the “report ID,” which is the report’s unique identifying number.
The report ID can be found in the upper right corner of the screen when you are viewing a report.
If you are asked for the report ID number, copy this number from the RateFast report in your web browser, and paste it into an email to your support representative.
If you were looking for the simple answer, it’s this: yes, but they won’t be considered a QME for the claim.
This post is for RateFast users who have used the RateFast web application to write an impairment report (in California, a PR-4 report). Click here to learn more about creating an impairment report in RateFast.
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The below video illustrates how to use RateFast to write a PR-2 report.
This article is intended for employees at organizations who use RateFast in conjunction with athenaNet (athenahealth’s electronic health records system).
Logging in to RateFast from athenaNet
As discussed in our article on Logging in to RateFast for the First Time, you can log in to RateFast from any page in the athenaNet web application.