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VHA Directive 2010-045.pdf

Department of Veterans Affairs

Veterans Health Administration

Washington, DC 20420

VHA DIRECTIVE 2010-045

October 1, 2010

INTRODUCTION OF DISABILITY BENEFIT QUESTIONNAIRES (DBQS)

TO SUPPORT THE COMPENSATION AND PENSION (C&P) PROCESS

1. PURPOSE: This Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Directive defines policy for the introduction and use of Disability Benefit Questionnaires (DBQs) for eligible Veterans, in support of the Compensation and Pension (C&P) examination process.

2. BACKGROUND

a. VHA supports the Veterans Benefit Administration (VBA) in its mission to provide compensation and pension benefits to eligible Veterans, in part, by assigning personnel specifically dedicated to C&P examinations (C&P examiners) to conduct assessments of Veterans claiming a service connected medical condition. This process is a major responsibility for VHA, and of great importance to Veterans and other stakeholders. NOTE: VHA's goal is that Veterans will describe the new process (when fully implemented) as "informative, supportive, caring, and even delightful."

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