Empowering Service Members & Veterans to Effectively Advocate for Their
VA Disability Benefits Through Medical Record Education, Inspection and Organization.
Simplifying the Process of Communicating your medical history for Disability Evaluation
Open Ranks Nurse Consulting Services provides medical record organization & nurse audits for those who are navigating the VA disability claims process. One of the main barriers to an accurate evaluation is disorganized and fragmented medical records.
Open Ranks uses their nursing training to provide clients, like you, with an organized picture of your medical history. This saves you time and ensures your conditions are considered during the VA disability process.
Together we can sort through your medical record history
Filing for VA disability can be very overwhelming. As a background, I went through the BDD VA Claim process in 2018, transitioned out of the military and joined the Army Reserves. In 2021, I medically retired through the Army Medical Evaluation Board. My goal is to help service members and veterans understand the importance of presenting your medical record history in a clear and organized manner.
Jerome is the guy who clears the smoke, so you can see clearly. He is a caring professional who truly cares about each person he works with, and stays with you until the mission is complete. In my opinion, the best resource available.
PREPARE YOUR MEDICAL RECORDS FOR INSPECTION
Preparing and organizing your medical records for the VA disability claims process is not easy! But don’t worry, I’ve got your six! For service members, check out my BDD & MEB VA claim tips before going through the military transition process.
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Are your medical records ready for inspection?
Bottom Line Upfront Disclaimer: This Blog is to used for informational purposes only. It should not be misconstrued as providing legal or medical advice. Please consult with your legal representative or physician for advice relevant to your situation. The Medical Board PEB process is a critical phase. Preparation is key!
Bottom Line Upfront Unveiling the Power of VA Lay Evidence Personal Statements In the world of military service and VA disability claims, crafting a well-structured VA lay evidence personal statement is essential. Your personal statement is the cornerstone of your claim. It tells the story of how your condition started,
Bottom Line Upfront There is a great reference, that list the evidence needed for VA disability claim. It does take time to read. It is the M21-1. Speak with an Accredited VA Claims Agent/ Representative or a VA Disability Lawyer, if you have questions. What evidence is needed for VA