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Social Security and Kaiser Permanente Begin Partnership to Speed Up Disability Decisions

Social Security Press Office: Social Security and Kaiser Permanente Begin Partnership to Speed Up Disability Decisions. This will help to make sure that Kaiser’s patients will have a more fully developed record for decisions to be made on.  Many claimant’s get denied early on because SSA never receives most of their medical records.

How quickly can my Social Security disability claim be approved?

Yes your Social Security Disability claim can be approved very quickly.  I have had client’s approved within 30-45 days.  In fact, I just received an approval letter, on an initial claim filed May 11th, dated June 12th.  That is 32 calendar days and 21 business days and a very relieved…

Agencies’ say electronic records can reduce time for disability rulings – Longview News-Journal: News

The benefits of the new process include: • faster delivery of DoD medical records to Social Security ,• a more efficient system to obtain records,• a reduction in the time it takes to make a medical decision on a disability claim, and • a reduction in the number of consultative…

How To Get Your Medical Records – Part 1 | Disability Tips

How To Get Your Medical Records – Part 1 | Disability Tips. If you just filed for benefits, you may be wondering if there is anything you can do to improve your chances of being approved? Yes! Get your medical records! Why should I get my own records? Social Security…

Social Security to start eAuthorization of 827’s

Letter from the Commissioner regarding eAuthorization. Starting April 21, 2012 SSA will begin allowing disability applications to electronically sign 827’s authorization for release of medical records.  This change will apply to all applicants filing online and will mean less pages to print & return to SSA after filing your application….

Why your medical records are not getting you approved for disability

There are many reasons why a Social Security disability claim may be denied, but the most overlooked is what your medical records say or don’t say. in this age of HMO medicine, doctors spend less and less time face to face with the patient and even less time charting or…