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  1. Thank you for your response. So the issue with having my messages uploaded into my health record. I get the records are part of Myhealthevet. When I message Specialty Clinics, or if another nurse fills in on my Pact Team. When I send a message, within 3 days it shows up in my "Blue Button" records when I view that online with Myhealthevet. The messages are acknowledged by the providers etc. But this Nurse Notes are never in showing up in my record, even when I put on every message to upload this into my health record. Buck I found your response very helpful and look forwar
  2. On Myhealthevet messages... Are these messages that are sent to providers, Pact Team, and others. Are they required by law to be uploaded into my health records? I have one on my primary care nurses, who has not uploaded them into my records. I've been asking for referrals since September. Are the clinics required by law to log phone calls, if ordering Rx, or getting a message to providers? One of the clinics only had provider and front would only log calls once 10 days to keep workload down. Not to mention on Dec 24th, Two vets I know was supposed to have
  3. I have a service connection and a secondary connection. Is it possible to have a 3rd connection? A third based on a service connection? Also, if I have an appointment at the end of the month, and my provider will more than likely give me a service connection notes. If I submit a claim and the condition is dated/notes/appointment, or follow diagnosis is after the date of my Claim that i submit will that be an issue?
  4. I had Hormone labs and my T were low. After I saw the specialist 2 months later, went around in circles about why my labs were low... I called and refilled my med, and my PCP wouldn't fill my pain until we talked because of my UDS being NEG on the 5ID drug screen. I had to wait weeks to see have an appointment. It was supposed to be video, but I asked PA to link on. And clinic called and said video not working. So we did one on one phone. My provider wanted to know why my UDS was neg I was on Opiates. A couple years ago they switched me to Synthetic. Every UDS shows neg for Opiates,
  5. Part of the problem is that these PCP only will stay no more than a year. And the new ones wait and don't touch the rx for pain. Like it's not just going to go away. It's like a bill collector just cause you don't want to touch the bill they keep on calling... same with rx. I'm already 2 hours from the main VAMC.
  6. It wasn't an offer... It was when VA started that stuff. It was a sign on ever wall in the Hospital about that. It was brought up as we are doing this now at the VA. My look struck a nerve. Ive called so many times for refill, and to get referral. They won't even put in computer. No nothing. They won't even respond to the Patient Advocate. What does that tell you? People are writing reviews like crazy about it. But the CBOC where the doc got in trouble with the blood pressure. I'm pretty sure they are now not logging calls for numbers, work load, or just
  7. Yes staffing. I complained to my PCP for 3 years about doing a testosterone test would never do it. All I got done is offered diet advice, and diabetes tests. I got up to 300lbs and sleeping all the time. When they did do the test my levels were like a 50. My Hormone Doc is a radical pushing this gender transition talks about it all the time. In 2015 I think I looked at her weird ever since that time I've had the worse time of putting stuff in the notes about secondary condition. My PCP is another radical with the BLM. Only doc ive had issues with on pain is the one that got
  8. Yeah. They won't respond to PA emails, IM's or Voicemails.
  9. Hi Everyone, I'm new here to this site. Have been getting Treatment for 20 years at VA. Anyone had trouble with Salem, Virginia VAMC and or the Danville CBOC?
  10. I got the patient advocate involved, and had to appeal it to the Chief of Primary care after being on a pain treatment plan for over 20 years. All he did was say he supports to Primary decision.
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