Learning that you have a disease is not the end—it is just the beginning. Living with a disabling illness is indeed devastating but you have to live and continue to your life. It becomes part of you, your identity, who you are.
Some careers and positions like military personnel, soldiers, employees and service members have specific requirements that must be fulfilled in order for them to continue – or even begin – a career with them. They need to handle daunting amounts of medical records. These medical documentations are proven useful and even indispensable to completing military or government transactions such as applications for the Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS) and for going through military medical evaluations under the Medical Evaluation Board (MEB). With all the documentations and records that need to presented, finding someone to assist and counsel them is the best way to make the process easier.
If you are military personnel, soldier, service member, veteran or disabled civilian seeking for medical clearance or disability coverage, the counsel and assistance of an experienced individual are the things you must be seeking of. There you’ll find someone who offers private services that will streamline and facilitate your interaction with agency of interest. Someone who specializes in streamlining amounts of medical records for MEPS CMOs, MEB physicians, DBQs, ATC, and SSI in order to expedite and often delayed processing.
Before calling for professional help, you must also educate yourself about the different agencies and the processes.
The MEB Process
Military medical evaluations done through the MEB can be complex and confusing not only for the soldier but also for his family members. That’s why there are experts who work with the people involved in the MEB process so that final determination can be obtained at the shortest time possible.
MEPS stands for Military Entrance Processing Station. The MEPS is where an applicant’s physical, mental and moral standards are evaluated against the established standards of the Armed Forces. An expert can assist and help you especially new recruits get the medical documentation, certificated and recommendations they need upon visit to the MEPS.
DBQ or Disability Benefits Questionnaires give veterans and injured soldiers the option to complete medical examinations with a private institution.
There are different DBQs and they all help the VA in accurately evaluating disability claims. A DBQ can average 5 pages and are downloadable at the VAs website.
Clinical Counsel can help fill out DBQs for Veterans and fast track their disability claims.
SSI or Supplemental Security Income provides stipends for indigent or disabled people 65 years and above. The expert can help soldiers get medical documentation for SSI eligibility/SSI benefits.
ATC or Air Traffic Control is a service provided by ground-based personnel. ATC handles aircraft traffic and safety. To be part of the team, one must have the specialized training, skills, and overall fitness for the job. ATC is a mentally challenging field and requires split-second decision-making. Clinical Counsel makes sure you are fit for this job by conducting medical documentation for ATC, pilots, and the FAA. ATC,
Air traffic controllers (ATC) and pilots should be fully informed and optimally prepared prior to pursing ATC required certification. The expert will assist them and provide non-governmental documentation review and counseling.
Once you are done educating yourself with all of these, it’s now time to contact the expert that can help you or your love ones streamline your/their medical records for presentation to various adjudicating bodies. Someone who can do a comprehensive review of medical records to suit your individualized needs.