It is essential that all professionals involved in performing or reviewing assessments are trained.

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…are unique membership sites that provide 24/7 access to extensive, essential learning systems and resources that will improve the quality and efficiency of performing and reviewing impairment evaluations. These sites are designed for all related professionals, including physicians, other healthcare providers, attorneys, claims professionals, and fact finders. They include streaming educational content, videos, written material, case exercises, online guidance, tools, and other valuable resources. Subscribers may participate in monthly Question and Answer sessions with Christopher R. Brigham, MD. Annual subscriptions cost less than a typical one-day seminar.

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Online medicolegal training for physicians, attorneys, and claim professionals at

eMedicoLegal courses are designed to provide you with high-quality training on medicolegal issues. The knowledge and skills you acquire are essential to your professional success.

  • Authority — your association with eMedicoLegal® and its comprehensive training, are the best assurance to others that the medicolegal services you provide adhere to the highest standards and best practices.
  • Training is available 24/7, whenever is most convenient for you, and without the indirect costs of traveling to a course and being away from our practice.
  • Proper training ensures that each factor that enters into a decision is backed up by the current state of medicine and best practices.
  • Credentials — certificates of completion are awarded once you complete course content and successfully pass associated quizzes.
  • Growth and longevity — delivering authoritative, high-quality evaluations is key to building and maintaining a successful career or business practice. eMedicoLegal® is unequaled in its ability to deliver the resources and expertise that are essential to your success.

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Certificate: Certified Impairment Rater
Credentials include Certified Impairment Rater status.

All professionals involved in the use of the AMA Guides should demonstrate their ability to accurately assess impairment, and adopt the goal of attaining Certified Impairment Rater status. CIR® was created in 2006 to establish and maintain professional standards for the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform expert impairment evaluations using the Guides, Fifth or Sixth Edition.