IMESInstitute for Middle East Studies (various locations)
IMESInstitute for Monetary and Economic Studies (Bank of Japan)
IMESIHI Marine Engineering Singapore
IMESInstituto Militar de Educación Superior (Spanish)
IMESInternational Marx Engels Foundation
IMESIntegrated Monitoring & Evaluation System (Malaysia)
IMESIranian Metallurgical Engineers Society
IMESInjectable MyoElectric Sensors
IMESIranian Metallurgical Engineering Society
IMESIndustrial Material Exchange Services
IMESInstituto Municipal de Ensino Superior de São Caetano do Sul Brazilian College; São Caetano do Sul-Sp-Brazil)
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Section 12 of the Illinois Workers' Compensation Act is commonly referred to as an IME (Independent Medical Examination) and it is a key resource available to claims professionals who must make sensitive determinations regarding the current medical condition of an injured worker.
The WC industry has at times been suspicious of IMEs, believing results can be swayed to either dispute or support one's case.
11 NYCRR [section] 65-3.5 details the verification procedures to be followed after the insurer receives the completed application for no fault benefits (NYS form N-F2,) The insurance regulations provide for IMEs (and EUOs) as part of an insurer's "entitlement to additional verification" following receipt of a provider's statutory claim forms.
IMEs are performed by board-certified physicians who are not involved in the care of the claimant.
During the 1980s, photographer Birney Imes traveled through the Mississippi Delta and visited a select few of these "colorful" juke joints in the region.
Wilmot backed "abstinence only" education, while Imes said she favors comprehensive sex education that stresses abstinence but also contains information about birth control.