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Default Waiting to get into residency? Work in the medical field as Quality Assurance physician

PeerLink Medical, Inc., the nationwide leader in Workers Compensation and Disability Peer Review Services since 2011, is seeking several highly motivated medical professionals (such as MDs, International medical graduates, chiropractors, PharmDs, DOs or PsyDs) for the position of medical records physician.

As no patient contact will occur, and all work is done in close liaison with the respective board-certified MD, a current medical license is not required for this position. We are also hiring board-certified staff physicians.

Our other medical records physicians have found this to be an excellent opportunity while preparing for board exams, re-structuring one's clinical career track, waiting to get into residency, or as an independent career track that does not expose you to clinical workdays and malpractice liabilities. We also have physicians transitioning out of clinical medicine and find that their clinical expertise helps them adjust to this line of work.

The ideal candidate will be responsible for:
Consolidating medical records
Researching and providing evidence-based guidelines to our board-certified MDs
Transcribing and proofreading our board-certified MD's reports
Amongst many other medical tasks that all do NOT involve direct patient care.

Any medical degree (international medical degree OK)
Independent and reliable
Excellent written English
Willingness to learn and absorb new concepts
Professional demeanor
Solid computer literacy required, typing is very important
Must live within a 25 mile radius of our Manhattan, NY office

Must commit to at least full-time equivalent, 9 AM to 5 PM every weekday.
Immediate start available.

We compensate on a per case basis, and all of our physicians command a very satisfactory level of income. We provide paid training, a career track for the right candidate(s), mentoring, as well as a nationwide network of board-certified medical professionals.

To apply, please send resume, salary history, and a recent photograph of yourself or availability for an interview in Manhattan.


Thank you for your consideration.
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