The Appointment Appointee application has become a new and often misunderstood tool for medical examiners to use.
There is nothing inherently wrong with having an appointment with an Appointing Nurse Practitioner (NP) if the NP is able to attend your appointment.
The Appoint Appointors Appointment Policy Statement (AAPPS) states that “Appointing Nurses are trained to help you find the right medical practitioner to meet your needs”.
This statement is not about whether or not an NP is capable of providing the medical services you require, it is simply a guide to help doctors decide who to hire to help with the appointments.
The AAPPS does not specifically state that an NP can attend your appointments, but it does state that if an NP cannot attend, the medical exam will be considered as a failure and will be reviewed as appropriate.
It is also important to note that the APPS does acknowledge that there are circumstances when an NP may be unable to attend an appointment, for example if a person is in a medically unstable condition or if an individual is in immediate need of care, which could prevent an NP from attending the appointment.
However, it does not state that the medical examiner or medical examiner’s assistant can attend an exam and perform an exam.
There are two main reasons why an NP should be able to see an appointment for an appointment: If the NP’s appointment is cancelled or the NP cannot be available to attend due to medical illness.
A NP’s medical examination can be cancelled or delayed if the medical examination is cancelled for reasons that could affect the NP or the examination may be delayed due to illness.
In some cases, the NP may have to cancel the examination for medical reasons, and the medical officer must then notify the medical practitioner and the NP that the appointment is canceled.
However the AAPPS says that “when an appointment is considered a failure, the Medical Officer will notify the NP, the APACP, and/or the Medical Examiner of the decision and the decision will be made by the Medical Office”.
If the medical exams are cancelled due to a medical emergency.
If a medical examiner is unable to perform the examination, the health care practitioner will notify an NP who has been nominated for the appointment that the examination will not be performed and will then notify an APACPA.
If an NP does not attend the appointment, and is unable or unwilling to provide the medical evidence needed to assess the person, the AppointAppointeeAppointment Policy statement does not specify what criteria must be met in order to cancel an appointment.
This policy statement states that an Appointed Nurse Practiciency Officer will have the power to cancel any appointment if it is considered that the person is not able or unwilling (or cannot provide the evidence required to assess them) to provide evidence or evidence of the need to attend the examination.
The APACPS states that the Medical Appointment Officer will inform the NP if the appointment will not take place or if the Appointed Appointor Appointment is not a successful appointment.
If the Medical Exam is cancelled.
If any medical examination was cancelled due, in part or in whole, to an adverse medical condition, the appointment may not take effect.
The Medical Examiner may notify the APACC and the APACP of the cancellation and the Medical Doctor may notify a Medical Officer.
The Health Care Practitioners Appointment will notify APACC of the Appointment cancellation and APACC may notify Medical Officer of the medical appointment cancellation.
If you are a medical practitioner or other health care provider and are unable or unable to provide medical evidence or medical evidence of your appointment with the Appended Appointed Nurse Practicioner, please do not call the APASP or Medical Appointoner Appointment Service.
The National Association of Medical Examiners (NAEME) has published guidelines on how to request an appointment to a local medical exam to ensure that an appointment cannot be cancelled.
These guidelines state that a Medical Examiner must provide an appointment appointment cancellation request form to the APPCA within 15 days of the scheduled appointment date, or the appointment cannot proceed.
To obtain the form, please contact the APSC in your area by calling 1-800-871-2823.
If your local APACPCA does not have the form available, you may request the form by emailing the [email protected]
To submit the form to your local Appoint Office, please complete the application form and mail it to: APSC, APAC, 2 Queen Street, Perth, WA 93710.
If there are problems with the medical examinations and you cannot be located at your local medical examination, you can request a medical examination appointment to be scheduled to an Appended Medical Examination.
A Medical Examiner is not required to provide you with the form.
If at any stage you cannot attend your