Medical Board NCOER Examples

o reviewed more than 6,000 Medical Evaluation Board packets; led section in number of reviewed packets, maintained proven quality

o completed and signed 75 Narrative Summaries and MEB Proceedings for Soldiers; assisted members in the completion of their IDES process

o worked closely with units, Nurse Case Managers, and Primary Care Managers; ensured appropriate and quality care and service was provided

o maintained accuracy and equitability in IDES system at General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital; ensured timelines met MECOM and IDES Service Line standards

o developed and implemented short- and long-range planning calendars; increased transparency and visibilty of IDES and VA disability process

o managed and synchronized appointments, schedules, work programs and mandatory training; maximized use of resources and optimized services provided

o identified and corrected medical readiness deficiencies; raised operational readiness rate to 98% Battalion-wide

o coordinated with medical providers to ensure proper processes were followed during Integrated Disability Evaluation System (IDES) evaluations; eliminated exam errors

o liaised with Training NCO and orderly room to deconflict and schedule military disability medical reviews with Soldiers; reduced access delays by 30%

o evaluated all Soldiers with substance use disorders; standardized initial labs ordered and established criteria for military separation

o procured, tracked, and submitted 88 items of correspondence; made an immediate impact and increased Battalion Medical readiness from 70% to 85%

o reviewed and signed over 60 profiles which identified Soldiers needing to be processed through IDES; streamlined MEB process

o updated seven important SOPs to current standards; reduced possible deviation from standard and ensured medical process effectiveness

o liaised daily with Soldier Recovery Unit (SRU); supported Army's mission to heal and support Soldiers in Transition (STs) and their Family Members

o served as a vital link in the Medical Triad throughout the recovery and Medical Evaluation Board (MEB) process; facilitated appropriate care and service

o managed Soldier for Life and Transition Assistance program (SFL-TAP) and Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) participation of five Squads

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