WHAT WE DO
Monterey teams with both general and sub-specialty providers across the country to provide local coverage for examinees. Our clients include the Department of Veteran Affairs, Department of Labor, US Secret Service, FBI, the state of North Carolina, and more.
Join our nearly nationwide network of providers. We currently have providers in 40 states with plans to expand our coverage every day!
- Monterey, in collaboration with QTC, coordinates and administers disability examinations for several Federal agencies.
- Patient completes a Disability Benefits Questionnaire (DBQ) prior to visit to outline any conditions they believe are service-related.
- You receive the patient’s medical record in advance of pre-scheduled appointment for review.
- Provide evaluation of previously documented service-related medical conditions
- No treatment/prescriptions for findings.
- Document your impartial evaluation and submit your findings in a medical report.
- A determination of disability benefits will be made upon review of your medical report outlining your findings. You do not determine benefit, only record your findings.
PURPOSE OF EXAMINATIONS
Each separating/retiring military professional is required to have an exam to evaluate the condition of any service-related injury or medical condition.
Determination of veteran’s disability rating will be made by Veterans Benefit Administration based upon your medical report.
Why Join Monterey
- Give back to those who gave so much.
- Flexible schedule to meet your availability – work as much or as little as you want.
- No Call Schedule
- Earn additional income
- No insurance copay collections
- Payment received even if examinee misses the appointment.
- No complicated claim filing
- Bi-monthly payments
Additional Monterey Opportunities
The term locum tenens is Latin for “holding one’s place” for a provider who is on temporary leave. Using locum tenens providers ensures that the medical facility has adequate coverage during times when staffing is short or until a permanent provider is hired.
Why Locum Tenens?
Working in locum tenens jobs can be a very appealing option for providers that allows them to gain clinical experience, have flexibility and enjoy traveling to various locations. In many cases, pay is higher for locum tenens providers as compared to permanent hire.
The United States if currently experiencing a critical shortage of providers of all specialties, including mid-level providers. In many markets and specialties, the supply of qualified providers does not meet the needs of healthcare practices and their patients. This is where you can help!
Monterey Consultants Locum Opportunities
Monterey Consultants has locum opportunities across various facility types and exam types. Currently Monterey Consultants has extensive opportunities in North Carolina working at correctional institutions across the state. These facilities have full-time, part-time and PRN needs with assignments that last up to 6 months and longer.
If you are interested in learning more about our current opportunities or wish to be notified when future needs become available, please complete the form below. We look forward to working with you.
Occupational Health Services
Monterey Consultants delivers a wide range of medical examination-only services to the public sectors: federal, state, and local government agencies, as well as the individuals they serve.
These agencies include:
- U.S. Department of Labor
- U.S. Railroad Retirement Board
- U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
- U.S. Federal Occupational Health
- U.S. Social Security Administration
- U.S. Department of Justice.
- Medical record/peer review
- Second opinion examinations
- Health risk assessments
- Routine physicals
- Annual Health examinations
- Injury and Disability
Injury and Disability
The various types of injury and disability examination services offered include:
- Disability examinations
- Independent medical evaluations
- Functional capacity examinations
- Agreed medical examinations
- First injury examinations
Occupational Health Services
- Substance abuse screenings
- Pre-enlistment/commissioning screenings
- Fit-for-duty evaluations
Wellness and Preventative
- Wellness examinations
- Pre/post-deployment examinations
- Travel examinations
- Substance abuse monitoring
- Post-employment physicals
- Baseline physicals
- Military separation examinations
- Retirement examinations
- Disability determination examinations
JOIN OUR NETWORK
To join our provider network or to learn more information please email a copy of your current CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the online contact form and you will be contacted by a representative within 48 hours.
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What is a VA disability?
Why are these exams required?
What does an examination entail?
The provider is required to review pertinent medical records, obtain claimant history info during the exam, perform/review diagnostic results and obtain and complete the DBQ forms during the exam.
What is a Disability Benefits Questionnaire?
Will I be providing treatment?
How long does it take to join the Monterey network and begin seeing patients?
What are the requirements to join the Monterey network?
- You must have a clear/active medical license with no current adverse actions from the state where you will be providing exams.
- Clear/Criminal History Background Check.
- Must not be excluded from any federal programs.
- Current CV with satisfactory explanation for any gap in work history within the 5 years greater than 30 days.
- Current NPI number