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IME reports

dgardineerddgardineer Posts: 158
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:29 AM in Health Insurance Issues
I received great feed back about the Ime appointments .I was just wondering if anyone knows how long it takes to get the report and if there is anyway for me to get a copy of it.Thanks alot for your help


  • I have been on 2 IME's and my 1st IME report took 1 month for me to receive it. My 2nd report took 10 days so I guess it all depends on the doctor doing the report. They will send you a report just request it when you go to your appointment.

    Hopefully your exam goes better then my 2 exams.

    Good Luck
  • Dgardineer always get copies of your medical reports. I see you are work comp, It has been my experience that there are things that are sent to doctors from work comp that you may never be aware of. By looking at the doctor reports you can pick this out as insure they are accurate. Do you know why a IME was ordered? Call that office where the test was performed and ask for the report. In most states the law requires either work comp or the employer to provide the employee with copies of the records. Good luck and keep us posted.
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