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Claims Flowing Throuigh The Va, We Need A Chart.


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We need to gather information and put it together, I would be happy to summarize it.

What we need for the vets at Hadit is a process flow for a claim. The VARO must have one for I believe it is required. for example. Recipt of claim. where does it go, then next, next, next, and so on and so on.

This way a vet can ask the VA where a claim is and look the information up and determine what stage the claim is in in being adjuducated.

Any ideas are appreciated.

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jstacy,

A flow chart would be great!! It is really difficult sometimes to even follow along with some of the posts for us newbies, because we are just learning the steps or process a claim can take and there seem to be alot of variables. I think it is an awwsome idea. I'm sure there are enough people here at hadit that have been around the block that could help you make this happen. I for one hope there is follow through on your idea.

Jangrin :rolleyes:

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I vote for a flow chart! How novel, imagine all the visual learners (like me) that could use flowchart support! Jstacy earned Hadit angel wings today (\o/) !! cg

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This is not an ad. I am not a member of the NVO. This post is just to show you how busy the flowchart can be.

Here is the National Veterans Organization VA workload flowchart.

As of:

January 28, 2006

http://www.nvo.org/workload.html

NVO wants absolutly no leeching from their website.

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Stretch, This page shows the numbers sure enough.. Do you think a more "approximate" flowchart specifically created for Disability Applications process as a guide? For example, maybe similar to a flowchart I found on the VA website, ie. VA Pamphlet 01-00-1, Page 32 , Understanding the Appeals Process.cg

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Cowgirl,

I truely do not know more than I have presented below, but I do appreciate your enthusiasm to help Veterans.

Knight Ridder, had a study out, by state and disability that was most informative (2004 VA database). You just pick out the VARO that you would like.

http://161.188.204.190/charlotte/vet/index...0&s=rerror1

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i'm up for it! now where to get the data?

i understand you don't want numbers of caseloads, more like first you file a claim and it goes here and here and there like that right?

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