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Where can I view my C&P exam


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Maybe.  VA has to "elect" to release them to you.  (GRRRR).

Try these 5 methods:

1.  Go to your VAMC, to the "release of records" office and request it.  

2.  If it was an outside exam, such as QTC, you can "try" requesting a copy with the examiner's office.  

3.  If the exam was "some time" ago, it may be in your VBMS records.  To view that, you have to be a VSO, (with VBMS access) an attorney (with VBMS access), or a non attorney practioner, with VBMS access.  

4.  Order a copy of your cfile.  Expect delays.  

5.  If you have recently made a trip to the BVA, then try the RBA.

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Also check at the VBA Office(Veterans Benefit Administration) at your VAMC If they are open? best call first due to this covid19

Anyway I did a QTC Forensic C&P EXAM And after 2 /1/2 weeks I went to the VBA Office and sign a FOIA and they had a VSO see me , I requested my C&P EXAM REPORT  from QTC,  The VSO looked into the VBMS and walla there it was ,  so he made me a copy...now keep in mind this was in 2014  so best to call them first to make sure they can do this and if they are even in the office?  some parts of our VAMC is closed down until further notice due to this horrible coronavirus.

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I’ve been able to view exams done at the VAMC in my VA medical records at my www.myhealth.va.gov. I go Blue Button Medical Reports under Health Records. 
 

If they exams were through a contractor, you can make a FOIA request at the VAMC as already mentioned. 

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I’ve been able to view exams done at the VAMC in my VA medical records at my www.myhealth.va.gov. I go Blue Button Medical Reports under Health Records. 

Are you sure about this? I sure didn't know these C&P EXAM REPORTS WERE IN  Myhealthvet notes? or health records?

Good To Know This.

 

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1 minute ago, Buck52 said:

deedub75

I’ve been able to view exams done at the VAMC in my VA medical records at my www.myhealth.va.gov. I go Blue Button Medical Reports under Health Records. 

Are you sure about this? I sure didn't know these C&P EXAM REPORTS WERE IN  Myhealthvet notes? or health records?

Good To Know This.

 

Yes. Well, I was able to see medical opinions from 2 HLRs that I submitted in 2019 but I didn’t have exams for these.  I saw them before a decision was made on each one so I already knew they were going to be denied. My last actual C&P exam at the VA was in 2017. I think I was able to see that one as well but I’ll have to go back and check. 

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Roger That!!!

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Submit VA form 3288 to the Evidence Intake  Center in Janesville after 30 days has passed. Be specific about what you are looking for: C&P exam, done where, when, by, for, etc. Might take a couple weeks (if you're lucky. It isn't the C-file, but it provides info on the exam. Ask for associated notes too.

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When you try looking on myhealhyvet type in a small search period.  Example: You had a C & P exam on Dec. 1, 2019 search records from Nov. 28, 2019 to December 8, 2019.  Limiting the search could help only if you had the C & P exam at the VAMC.

If this is a recent exam just keep trying every other week.

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pete992

I never had any luck getting a C&P Report from Myhealthvet notes.

I also been thinking about sharing my records with the private Dr's  makes it easier for them to read your medical records when we get to use outside care.

we can do that on Myhealthevet.

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On ‎4‎/‎3‎/‎2020 at 11:20 AM, SC2003 said:

Is there anywhere I can view my C&P exams? I don't see them in my health summary. 

If the C&P was done by the VA, it can be seen 30 days from the time of the exam under the blue button reports. If it is a contracted C&P, you will have to go to your VSO or such and get a copy. If you aren't in a hurry, you can submit a freedom of information act request for it (takes about 12-18 months).

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