MSIA CE Webinar
IMEs in the Montana System
This webinar will feature Clarus IME (formerly Wellcare), a Missoula based IME provider. Dr. Laura Kirsch, Ph.D. and Board Certified Forensic Psychologist, will go through the steps necessary to secure an IME and the process to make sure the physicians performing the IME understand the issues and address them. Dr. Kirsch has practiced in Montana since 2013.
One Montana CE credit for licensed claims examiners has been applied for and we expect it will be available.
This webinar is for anyone involved in the Montana claims process or medical treatment. The webinar is available to anyone interested in the Montana workers’ compensation system - claims professionals, attorneys, insurers, medical providers, labor and business interests.
You won’t want to miss this opportunity to learn from experts in Montana IMEs.
Dr. Kirsch is also a member of the faculty at the Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana and has practiced as a psychologist in Montana since 2013. Dr. Kirsch earned a B.S. degree from Cornell in Human Development and Family Studies, a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice from the George Washington University, a Masters and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology/Psychology, Policy and Law from the University of Arizona and did a Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Forensic Psychology from the University of Massachusetts Medical School. Dr. Kirsch is Board Certified in Forensic Psychology from the American Board of Professional Psychology and has a Certificate in College Teaching from the University of Arizona. Dr. Kirsch has also worked in Arizona, California and Massachusetts, before making Montana home.
Dr. Kirsch has been with Clarus IME since 2019 and will go through:
- The Purpose of an IME
- Setting up an IME with a Doctor
- Relevant Records
- The Report
- Judicial Decisions and the Rules that Dictate How Decisions are Made