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Article 2. QME Eligibility
A physician's specialty(ies) is one for which the physician is board certified or, one for which a medical doctor or doctor of osteopathy has completed a postgraduate specialty training as defined in Section 11(a)(2)(A) or held an appointment as a QME in that specialty on June 30, 2000, pursuant to Labor Code Section 139.2. To be listed as a QME in a particular specialty, the physician's licensing board must recognize the designated specialty board and the applicant for QME status must have provided to the Administrative Director documentation from the relevant board of certification or qualification.
|Note: Authority cited: Sections 133, 139.2, 139.4, 139.43, 139.45 and 5307.3, Labor Code. Reference: Section 139.2(b)(3)(A), Labor Code; and Section 651(i), Business and Professions Code.|
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