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Arrangement Of Medical Record During C&p Exam


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Should I arrange my Medical Record in chronological order or by complaint? I think that by complaint it will be easier to find each supporting document. But the medical record is in chronological order. I think it's easier and faster to find each visit. And the examiner doesn't have to go fishing for information.

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Tag the pertinent records but keep in chronological order- just in case you get a C&P examiner whom really does their exam by the book. Most likely the examiner will not even want to touch your records.

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Arrange all your records IN chronological order BY complaint. In other words, both. send any records to the RO in the same fashion. Be sure to have a copy to leave with the examiner, that way he/she will be more likely to actually look at them.

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I just read AR 40-66 and it says to put the SF 600s in chronological order with the most recent on top. That makes it hard to find notes. No wonder people don't get the right rating. It would take all day to find each individual note for each complaint.

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