Maximum Medical Improvement (MMI)

Definition of "Maximum Medical Improvement (MMI)"
  1. The condition of a worker, who after an accident, has recovered or stabilized to such an extent that doctors don't expect further improvement with near future medical treatment; helpful in assessing possible permanent disability
How to use "Maximum Medical Improvement (MMI)" in a sentence
  1. The doctor declared that due to Maximum Medical Improvement (MMI), further treatment wouldn't help John's condition.
  2. After reaching Maximum Medical Improvement (MMI), Laura could now be evaluated for permanent disability.
  3. In a personal injury case, lawyers advised to not sign a settlement until Maximum Medical Improvement (MMI) was reached.

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