My apologies for the inconvenience, but the way our forum works, we only see your individual question when you post it - we do not see your previous questions each time (remember, we are only able to answer "general legal questions" we do not offer formal legal opinions or representation, so we do not have "case files" for customers or similar documentation).
If I understand your current question, you were in court for a worker's comp hearing and the IME doctor had not completed his review of your medical records, or your medical evaluation was not complete.
The hearing officer was likely frustrated because these cases are designed to be tracking (moving through the court) within a generally short period of time, when there are delays, such as not getting very simple and routine examinations performed, it causes delays in this system.
I would not be overly concerned with the hearing officer's demeanor regarding this (do not take it too personally), they were likely more frustrated with the IME - who should know this already - rather than actually being frustrated with you.
All that really happens is that the case gets continued (a new hearing date is set to deal with the issues that should have been heard at today's hearing) for the future.
If you are not represented by a worker's compensation attorney at this time, I would strongly recommend it - W/C attorney compensation is limited by the W/C board, so this representation is relatively inexpensive for workers to get, and it can make a significant difference in how much compensation you can get out of your case.