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How do these rates compare for workers comp and disability reviews?

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  • #2
    $100 per hour? That doesn't sound especially awesome as a rate of compensation for a U.S. medical school graduate.

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    • #3
      Looks like you should have done nursing.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Hank View Post
        $100 per hour? That doesn't sound especially awesome as a rate of compensation for a U.S. medical school graduate.
        For nonpatient facing work that is done remotely I’m finding this is avg. way below what I make in clinic per hr but without a lot of the headaches

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Sundance View Post
          Looks like you should have done nursing.
          Can nurses make 100/hr working remotely without any patient contact? If yes good for them

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          • #6
            Nurses can make quite a bit working remotely as a traveling nurse, especially these past two years.

            If you really wanted to make money without patient contact, you should have specialized in pathology or diagnostic radiology. Anesthesiologists technically have patient contact as they count back from 10, 9, 8…

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Savedfpdoc View Post

              Can nurses make 100/hr working remotely without any patient contact? If yes good for them
              Yup.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Hank View Post
                Nurses can make quite a bit working remotely as a traveling nurse, especially these past two years.

                If you really wanted to make money without patient contact, you should have specialized in pathology or diagnostic radiology. Anesthesiologists technically have patient contact as they count back from 10, 9, 8…
                By remote work I mean sitting at the kitchen table drinking my coffee supervising my kids’ homeschool while I do the case reviews.

                and I’d never retrain

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                • #9
                  Those are pretty bad. Work comp rates are set by the state in most states, and are non-negotiable. My state is $400 per hour. I don't know if this is different because you're reviewing work comp charts for an outside entity or something?

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