Experts at the Medical Examiners Office (MEO) are calling on doctors to examine themselves and their patients in an effort to improve patient safety.
The medical examiners’ office (MEI) is responsible for examining doctors for serious illnesses such as cancer, and is tasked with ensuring that doctors are fully prepared to diagnose and treat patients.
“We’re not trying to force anyone to do this.
But we’re looking at the evidence and what’s right and what isn’t right and trying to make sure that we’re going to do the right thing for the patients and the physicians,” said MEI Director Dr. Daniel T. Siegel.
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What is a medical exam?
The MEI oversees all medical exams that are performed by physicians in the United States.
The MEI is the nation’s leading examiners for doctors and the most prominent professional organization for medical examining.
The examiners oversee medical examings that are completed by doctors, and they are tasked with inspecting doctors for their medical history and conduct interviews with patients.
In the past, the MEI has conducted examinations of doctors for diseases such as heart disease, stroke, and multiple sclerosis.
The examination is not mandatory.
In 2015, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimated that about 70 percent of doctors in the U