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If the evidence provided by the claimant's own medical sources is inadequate to determine whether he or she is disabled, additional medical information may be requested to return to contact the treating source for additional information or clarification, or by arranging a EC. The source of treatment is the preferred source of purchased examinations when the treating source is qualified, equipped and ready to perform the test or tests for rate payments and generally provides complete and timely reports. Even if only a supplemental test is required, the source of treatment is usually the preferred source for this service. SSA rules provide for using an independent source (other than the treating source) for a CE or diagnostic study if: the treatment source prefers not to take the exam, there are conflicts or inconsistencies in the file that can not be resolved by returning the source address, the claimant prefers another source and has a good reason to do so, or previous experience indicates that the treating source may not be a productive source. The type of examination and / or proof of purchase (s) depends on additional specific tests to foreclosure. If an ancillary test (eg, X-ray, PFS or EKG) provide additional evidence needed for adjudication, the DDS will not request or authorize further examination. If the review indicates that further testing may be warranted, the provider should contact the DDS for approval before performing these tests. Fees for CEs are set by each state and may vary from state to state. Each State agency is responsible for overseeing the management of its CE program Muscle building.
Selecting a consultative review source
Purchases DDS consultative examinations only qualified medics. The medical source may be the person's own doctor or psychologist, or other source. In the case of a child, the source may be a medical doctor.
By "qualified", we mean that the medical source must be currently licensed in the state and with the training and experience to perform the type of examination or test requested. Also, the medical source must not be excluded from participation in our programs. The medical source must also have the equipment necessary for a proper evaluation and proof of the existence and severity of the alleged deficiencies of the individual.
Medical professionals who perform CEs must have a good understanding of the disability programs of SSA and its testing requirements. The physician or psychologist chosen can use support staff to help perform the consultative examination. All support staff (eg, the technologist, nurse, etc.) must meet licensing or state certification.
In general, the sources are selected based on appointment availability, distance from the applicant's home and their ability to perform examinations and tests.
Consultative Examination Report Content
The test report must include the claimant's claim number and a physical description of the applicant, to help ensure that the person being examined is the plaintiff.
The detail and format for reporting the results of clinical history, physical examination, laboratory tests, and discussion of the findings should follow the principles of standard information for a complete medical examination visual impact muscle building review.
The report should be complete enough to allow an independent reviewer to determine the nature, severity and duration of disability, and, in adults, the applicant's ability to perform basic work-related functions. The history and physical examination should include a narrative of the results.
Conclusions of the report must be consistent with objective clinical findings that are under consideration and the claimant's symptoms, laboratory and treatment response and has been shown in all available information, including history. The report, for adults, must include a description, based on the provider's own findings, the individual's ability to do basic work-related activities. It should include a review of whether the claimant is disabled under the meaning of the law.
All reports of the EC must be reviewed and signed personally by the vendor that actually performed the examination. Provider to take the test or the test is solely responsible for the content of the report and the conclusions, explanations or comments provided. The firm originated in a report annotated "not verified" or "dictated but not read" is not acceptable. A signature stamp or signature entered by another person, such as a nurse or secretary, is not acceptable.
How comments DDS Consultative Examination Reports
The DDS is required to review the report of the EC to determine whether the specific information requested has been furnished.
The EC report must:
Provide evidence that serves as a basis for decision making regarding the disability that assesses disability.
Be internally consistent. Are all diseases, impairments and complaints described in the history adequately assessed and reported on clinical findings?
Are the conclusions correlate the clinical history, physical examination and laboratory tests, and explain all the anomalies?
Be consistent with other information available within the specialty of the examination requested.
Does the report does not mention important or relevant complaint within that specialty that observed in other documents in the file (for example, blindness in one eye, amputations, pain, alcoholism, depression)?
Suffice compared to the standards established in the course of medical education.
Be duly signed.
If the report is inadequate or incomplete, the DDS will contact the provider and ask the provider to provide the missing information or prepare a revised report.
Elements of a comprehensive examination Advisory
A complete CE is one that involves all the elements of a standard examination of the appropriate medical specialty. When the full EC report is involved, the report must include the following elements:
Principal or chief complaint of the complainant (s);
Detailed description, in the area of specialty of the examination of the history of the main complaint (s);
Description and provision of relevant detailed results "positive" and "negative" on the basis of history, physical examination and laboratory tests related to the chief complaint (s), and any other abnormalities or lack thereof, or that reported found during examination or laboratory testing;
The results of laboratory and other tests (eg, X-rays) performed according to the requirements set by the DDS.
Diagnosis and prognosis of the disability of the applicant (s);
Statement about what the claimant can still do despite your impairment (s), unless the claim is based on legal blindness. This statement should describe the opinion of the medical officer or psychologist about the claimant's ability, despite his or her impairment (s) to perform work activities such as sitting, standing, walking, lifting, carrying, handling objects, hearing , speak, and travel, and, in cases of mental retardation (s), at the physician or psychologist about the individual's ability to understand, carry out and remember instructions, and to respond appropriately to supervision, co work, and work pressures in a work environment, and
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