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Level I Re-Accreditation

Upcoming Seminar: May 15, 2020 – The Lowry Conference Center, 1061 Akron Way, Denver, CO 80230

Online option available year-round

This course is available to current Level I Accredited providers seeking re-accreditation.​
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Level II Accreditation

Upcoming Seminar: April 3 and 4, 2020 – The Lowry Conference Center, 1061 Akron Way, Denver, CO 80230

Online option available year-round

Per statute, Level II Accreditation is limited to physicians (MD and DO) who are currently Level I accredited.

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Level II Re-Accreditation

Upcoming Seminars: All-day seminar on December 6, 2019 - Denver 

Online option available year-round

This course is available to current Level II Accredited physicians (MD and DO) seeking re-accreditation.

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Quality Performance and Outcomes Payments (QPOP)

The QPOP online course is available throughout the year or a presentation with testing may be requested for large groups.

Certification is available to all medical providers who have previously completed the Level I or Level II Accreditation Course. QPOP certification allows providers to bill for documenting a patient’s functional progress, which includes providing a functional assessment and psychological screen using Division approved tests. No additional registration form is required if attending a full seminar. View QPOP Division approved tests.

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Resources

Treatment Information: Division of Workers’ Compensation resources and forms for treating injured workers.

Impairment Rating Worksheets/Information: Per Rule 12, when the authorized treating physician has determined that the injured worker is at maximum medical improvement (MMI) and has not returned to his/her pre-injury state, physically and/or mentally, the treating physician shall determine a permanent medical impairment rating. Impairment ratings may only be performed by Level II Accredited physicians.

Independent Medical Examination (IME) Information: Rule 8-8/Physician’s Guide to Audio Recordings of IMEs

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