Primary treating physicians don’t like writing impairment rating reports.
With RateFast Express, they don’t have to.
Make fewer phone calls to providers’ offices and reduce requests for QMEs.
Sometimes patients are MIA, but that doesn’t stop us from closing your claim.
Impairment ratings are created based on claims’ existing documentation. There’s no need to schedule a new visit or request an additional provider.
Just send in the most recent visit note and relevant chart information.
RateFast Express can bring any claim to resolution by delivering a rock-solid impairment report.
Perfect for the following situations:
Don’t believe us? Look at the numbers.
Every week the claim remains open, insurance carriers are making payments.
It takes more than 30 days for a QME impairment report.
With RateFast Express, you can have a signed impairment report in your hands by the end of the week.
Reports include whole person impairment rating, work status, future care, and apportionment.
RateFast Express reports are written in the voice of the primary treating physician (PTP) using original charts and findings and signed by a California physician.
Impairment ratings are calculated in accordance with the AMA Guides and state-specific rulesets. Based on the patient’s existing chart, the ratable data is analyzed, and an accurate whole person impairment rating is calculated with the help of experienced workers compensation professionals and RateFast’s proprietary algorithms.
RateFast will be on hand to address any follow-up questions from the patient, their attorney, and other stakeholders—free of charge.
To authorize your impairment report, send us the RateFast Express Request For Authorization Form to email@example.com or fax to (707) 921-7924
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