Utilization Review

If you’d like to make your medical skills work for you, even when you’re not at work, Genex Services has just what you’re looking for.

As a rapidly-expanding medical review company, Genex is looking for clinicians interested in turning their valuable knowledge into extra money as Clinical Reviewers. As a Clinical Reviewer, your schedule is completely up to you – work anytime, day or night.

The work is stress-free, financially rewarding, and best of all, can be completed from home, the office, on the beach, in a coffee shop or anywhere you have access to high-speed internet. Make the most of your medical skills – become a Genex Clinical Reviewer today.

It has been our experience that physicians who experience enjoyment and success as Clinical Reviewers share many similar characteristics. In our effort to determine if you would be suited as a Clinical Reviewer, we’ve created a list of characteristics which have traditionally been associated with good or poor fits for this position. We encourage you to review the descriptions and honestly assess whether or not you would enjoy this type of work.

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Doctors who find that doing clinical reviews is a good fit for them demonstrate:

Doctors who find that doing clinical reviews is a poor fit for them demonstrate:

  • Good language and computer skills
  • Difficulty with language and/or computer skills
  • Solid clinical judgment
  • Weak clinical judgment
  • The ability to self-teach
  • A need for a structured educational program for learning new information
  • A preference for a solo work environment
  • A preference for a group work environment
  • A precise attention to detail
  • A preference for a global view of a topic rather than detail
  • Confidence in solo decision making
  • Uncertainty in solo decision making
  • Comfort with minimal feedback
  • A need for ongoing feedback and positive reinforcement
  • A dedication to ongoing learning (e.g. attending extra continuing education, researching, reading blogs, etc.)
  • Minimal time spent in ongoing learning (e.g. attending a bare minimum of continuing education, researching, reading blogs, etc.)

Ready to become a Genex Clinical Reviewer?