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how to get started as a paramedical examiner

Postby mj0520 » Thu Oct 09, 2014 2:57 pm

Please kindly help me, how to become an indepedent examiner do I need to have my own centrifuge,
and do I need to get a business license aside from my CPT , your help is greatly appreciated I'm from San Jose CA

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Re: how to get started as a paramedical examiner

Postby pdirector » Wed Oct 22, 2014 12:11 pm


There are a number of posts throughout the forum that address this question in greater detail. However, the short answer is that if you already have experience as an examiner, the transition to becoming more independent requires you to purchase equipment (including a centrifuge) and lab kits (unless you find a billing company that will give these to you), find a company to bill your cases through, and secure a software system to manage your casework on. From there it is up to you to go out and market to your local agents.

If you want to talk through these steps in more detail, or have other questions, feel free to reach out to MediPro Direct at 877-268-1021 (online at
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