Medical Readiness NCO Duty Descriptions

68W3O Brigade Medical Readiness NCO
The Medical Readiness NCO supports all aspects of the Commander's Readiness Program IOT achieve and maintain the maximum level of Soldier medical and dental readiness within the unit. Coordinates and tracks the provision of MHA assessment activities (includes FMR, PHA, PDHRA, etc.). Upon identification of medical/dental readiness deficiencies, advises the Commander on appropriate COAs for medical remediation, reassignment and/or medical separation or retirement. Serves as the primary medical case manager for the unit by facilitating all required medical or administrative functions with the goal of "return to duty" status for all SMs. This may include, but is not limited to: coordinating procurement of medical records (military, VA, and civilian); scheduling profile reviews; LOD, INCAP and MMSO assistance; ADME/MRP2 assistance; MAR2 coordination; and MEB/PEB assistance. Maintains access and achieves proficiency in requisite web-based medical programs, to include MEDCHART and MODS Modules (requires annual HIPAA certification). Responsible for ensuring their supported units understand Class VIII (medical supply) requisitioning. Responsible for the accountability and mission readiness of assigned medical personnel (e.g. 68W Sustainment and Provider Credentialing). Enters MEDPROS updates for annual immunizations and complies with all medical/dental taskers assigned. Utilizes the Medical NCO SOP as the assigned battle book of reference. Maintains close working relationship with Brigade Medical NCO, and utilizes the Office of the State Army Surgeon and Medical Command as resources. Performs other duties as assigned.

42A4O Medical Readiness NCO
Serves as subject matter expert and primary manager of all aspects of medical readiness; manages Soldier health and dental assessments to ensure all assessments are scheduled and completed in a timely manner; reviews, analyzes, and makes recommendations to the brigade commander and staff on all matters of medical processing, to include meeting medical and dental readiness objectives established by NGB; manages and serves as technical advisor to appointed investigating officers on the completion of Line of Duty (LOD) investigations; manages casualty reporting, State Medical Review Board (SMRB), Non Duty Related Physical Evaluation Board (NDR-PEB), Active Duty Medical Evaluation Board (AD-MEB), MOS Administrative Retention Review (MAR2) for the brigade.

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