Physician Review of Medical RecordsPhysician reviewers conduct medical record review to determine whether the care received was medically necessary and appropriate. Reviews may include utilization, coding, or quality of care issues. The reviewer is generally from the same specialty as the physician that provided the care in question. This peer review is an important component of the quality-of-care oversight provided by Medicare quality improvement organizations such as FMQAI.
- Authorized under Federal/State law to practice medicine, surgery, osteopathy, dentistry, podiatry or optometry
- Either engaged in active practice in the state or be military physicians who actively practice in a military
- Include active staff privileges in a health care facility on a regular basis (except Doctors of Optometry)
As part of the qualification to become a physician reviewer, we require interested physicians to complete a physician reviewer assessment. To register for the assessment Click Here.
After completing the registration process, you will receive an email confirmation in the email account that you used to register. To gain access to the assessment, follow the instructions in the email confirmation. If you need assistance please call the helpdesk at 813-865-3407.