• I meticulously reviewed over 6,000 Medical Evaluation Board (MEB) packets, leading the section in the number of reviewed packets while maintaining a proven standard of quality.
  • I successfully completed and signed 75 Narrative Summaries and MEB Proceedings for soldiers, providing crucial assistance to members in completing their Integrated Disability Evaluation System (IDES) process.
  • Working closely with units, Nurse Case Managers, and Primary Care Managers, I ensured that appropriate and quality care and services were provided to individuals in need.
  • At General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital, I maintained accuracy and equitability in the IDES system, meeting MECOM and IDES Service Line standards within the specified timelines.
  • I developed and implemented short- and long-range planning calendars, which increased transparency and visibility of the IDES and VA disability process.
  • Efficiently managing and synchronizing appointments, schedules, work programs, and mandatory training, I maximized the use of resources and optimized the services provided.
  • I identified and corrected medical readiness deficiencies, significantly raising the operational readiness rate to 98% Battalion-wide.
  • Through coordination with medical providers, I ensured proper processes were followed during Integrated Disability Evaluation System (IDES) evaluations, eliminating examination errors.
  • Acting as a liaison between the Training NCO, orderly room, and Soldiers, I effectively scheduled military disability medical reviews, reducing access delays by 30%.
  • I thoroughly evaluated all Soldiers with substance use disorders, establishing standardized initial labs ordered and criteria for military separation.
  • I procured, tracked, and submitted 88 items of correspondence, making an immediate impact and increasing Battalion Medical readiness from 70% to 85%.
  • I reviewed and signed over 60 profiles, identifying Soldiers who needed to be processed through IDES, streamlining the MEB process.
  • I updated seven important Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to current standards, reducing the possibility of deviation from the standard and ensuring the effectiveness of the medical process.
  • Daily, I liaised with the Soldier Recovery Unit (SRU), actively supporting the Army’s mission to heal and support Soldiers in Transition (STs) and their Family Members.
  • Serving as a vital link in the Medical Triad throughout the recovery and Medical Evaluation Board (MEB) process, I facilitated appropriate care and services.
  • I successfully managed the Soldier for Life and Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP) and Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) participation of five squads.
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