eData Services' doctors are well-versed on all sections of the AMA Guides as well as the appropriate scenarios to apply Almaraz-Guzman in California cases.
Understanding impairment ratings, the difference between impairments and disability, and all of the extended information surrounding impairment ratings is critical. When healthcare providers have insufficient time to dedicate to calculating ratings, all involved parties – patients, employers, insurance carriers, etc – face potential financial risk.
eData has trained experts dedicated to providing impairment ratings that are authoritative, fair, and equitable to all parties. Our ratings are transparent, clearly stated, and reproducible.
Choose the level of service that meets your unique needs:
AMA Impairment Rating
eData provides AMA Impairment Ratings based on healthcare provider reports. We consider the following when determining our ratings:
- Medical history
- Medical records
- Examination findings
- Lab results
- Radiological studies
- Job description analysis
- Functional capacity assessment
- Recommendations by the physician including an Almaraz-Guzman assessment
We provide you with detailed annotations and explanations that directly reference the AMA Guides so that you can quickly and confidently interpret each rating.View Sample
Our AMA Impairment Rating Pricing:
AMA Impairment Rating Review and Analysis
eData also analyzes other third party healthcare providers’ impairment rating for accuracy. Our analysis includes an unbiased, annotated review that outlines errors, inconsistencies and alternative methodologies. Our detailed annotations provide explanations that directly reference the AMA Guides so that you can quickly and confidently interpret our detailed analysis.View Sample
Our AMA Impairment Rating Review and Analysis Pricing
California Permanent Disability (PD) Rating
PD rating in California begins with an accurate Impairment Rating. PD ratings are calculated by multiplying the Impairment Rating by three separate modifiers: future earning capacity (FEC), occupation and age. Apportionment issues are then factored in.View Sample