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Some physical or mental disabilities could make a veteran eligible for social security’s disability SSDI benefits. To make the eligibility determination for SSDI (social security disability insurance) or SSI (supplemental security income), the social security administration may need old medical records. Medical records are crucial for determining whether an applicant is eligible for social security disability benefits. Medical record review services provide the necessary support to review the voluminous records. The required medical records include diagnostic test results, blood tests, physician exams and mental health records among many others.
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