Examone score card

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Examone score card

Postby berykute » Fri Apr 07, 2017 10:37 am

Anyone familiar with the Examone examiner score card and system Or is this new?

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Re: Examone score card

Postby berykute » Thu May 18, 2017 10:56 am

They are scoring all of their examiners!

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Re: Examone score card

Postby Guest » Wed May 24, 2017 6:41 am

Get used to it.

As long as the PCs have an endless supply of examiners who will work for next to nothing and not stand their ground over anything, the PCs will continue to have all the power and will continue doing whatever they want.

The majority of examiners have been and continue to be those kinds of people.

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Re: Examone score card

Postby okldy » Wed Jun 21, 2017 1:17 am

You are only as good as your last exam. This was a statement said to me 17 years ago by a Paramedical company local office. I took their advice.

jayrock

Re: Examone score card

Postby jayrock » Tue Oct 10, 2017 7:56 pm

This score card is a bunch of baloney... I hate it
Anyone else feel the same?

VitalsAllDay

Re: Examone score card

Postby VitalsAllDay » Tue Oct 17, 2017 1:09 pm

Because you probably are a horrible examiner. I have a perfect score card and get alll the work hahaha

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Re: Examone score card

Postby Exams.K » Sat Feb 17, 2018 8:16 pm

I am unfamiliar with the scorecard but would love to know how I find out my score. I work limited hours but I really enjoy the work, setting my schedule and not having to deal with going into an office. I have been doing this for 2 years and have had over 20 in the medical profession.
It is tax time and some questions have come up which led me to this board. I was able to deduct mileage last year and this year I’m told as a W2 employee I cannot.

This makes me want a raise or basically makes the job not so well paying any longer. This would be a bummer because I truly love it so I would like to know what kind of score I have and what I can request for rates.

I don’t want to be a pushover examiner but I don’t care to do this independently. The office staff plays it totally close to the belt. I have never even met another examiner within my company. Any advice for this semi newbie?
Ps I see maybe 5 clients per week have contemplated buying my own EKG because I don’t do enough cases to get one through ExamOne. I don’t make many mistakes so I’m assuming this counts towards scorecards.

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Re: Examone score card

Postby Exams.K » Sat Feb 17, 2018 8:21 pm

I figured I should mention that I could work way more than I do but choose not to and am not looking for more except occasionally.


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