ExamWorks Physician Recruiting Program 2020

ExamWorks is actively recruiting medical specialists interested in augmenting their income with medical consulting work (IMEs) throughout the country. These examinations can be conducted in your office or within our offices depending on your location, preference, and availability. We also have record review and peer opportunities available.  We provide full administrative support so this work can be done regardless of location without incurring any additional overhead. Each consulting relationship can be tailored to a specialist’s particular preferences in regards to locations, clinical support, medical records, schedule, and dictation.

ExamWorks is a conglomerate of medical consulting firms that coordinate both IMEs and chart reviews nationally for the state and federal governments, insurance carriers and law firms, which means our consultants benefit from multiple revenue streams working cooperatively, but only have one credentialing and contracting entity.  Although we are a large firm we schedule and function locally so we are available to give our doctors personalized support and service.

  • Why should you work with ExamWorks?

There are numerous IME firms functioning nationally; however no one rivals ExamWorks in size or scope of business.  Not only does that size translate into additional referrals and revenue for our consultants, it also means you are aligning yourself and your medical opinion with a corporate entity with a professional reputation.  Some of our brands have been leaders in the industry for over 35 years and combined we offer an unparalleled consulting experience.

  • What type of specialists are needed and where?

We function in each state and recruit all specialties, however some states have a much higher volume of consulting work and some specialties see more referrals than others.  The most common specialties are Orthopedic Surgery, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Physiatry, Psychiatry, Occupational Medicine and Internal Medicine; however subspecialists are often needed as well.  We offer clinic and clinical support in the following states: New York, Michigan, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin, Texas, Washington, Hawaii, Idaho, Colorado, Oregon, Alaska, Utah, California, and Arizona.  We have brokerage opportunities also available in the aforementioned and all other states.

  • What are the requirements?

These fluctuate depending on jurisdiction, in most states medical specialists are required to be board-certified by either ABMS, AOA, or ABPS.  Many clients require a doctor to be providing on average 8 hours or more of direct patient care per week.  Some states have additional requirements and approvals, typically for workers’ compensation IMEs, and we are available to assist our doctors in navigating these approvals.

If you are interested in viewing a fee agreement or in discussing a consulting partnership in more detail, please contact Erica Seversen directly.  She can be reached directly at (206) 200-7171 or via email at Erica.seversen@examworks.com.


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