Deployment Availability Working Group
Terms in this set (22)
will meet monthly to identify all non-deployment eligible personnel and track progress from identification of medical condition through resolution or removal from mobility status
AFI 10-203, Duty Limiting Conditions
establishes procedures for the documentation and administrative management of members with duty limitations and occupational restrictions
AFI 48-123, Medical Examinations and Standards
establishes procedures, requirements, recording, and medical standards for medical examinations given by the air force.
Chief of Aerospace Medicine (SGP)
Chairman of the DAWG. Responsible for ensuring profiling and duty limitation standards are met and present monthly peer review statistics for clinical practice standards for DLC's
Chief of Medical Staff (SGH)
Responsible for training all providers on the clinical aspects of appropriate completion of profiles and duty limitations Also responsible for the clinical review and quality control of all MEB Narrative summaries, and ensure the timely completion of all MEB's
the expert in Air Force Medical Service. They will perform the final review and sign all duty limiting conditions AF Form 469's which include mobility restrictions.
Medical Standards Management Element
attend the DAWG to produce the agenda, metrics, minutes and any required reports. Also they will query ASIMS for all code 81 cases and report this information monthly.
Physical Evaluation Board Liaison Officer (PEBLO)
will maintain a spreadsheet of all code 37 cases currently open at MTF. They will also maintain a spreadsheet of all ALC-C Rilo due date and report at DAWG.
Primary Care Element
will enter duty limitation system via the AF Form 469, to describe any functional limitations
Provides consultation on duty limiting conditions affecting physical fitness. They will also bring a roster of all memberes who have a DLC affecting participation in fitness more than 90 days and provide a in depth verbal report.
The continued pregnancy status will be confirmed by
Military Personnel Flight
representative will bring a list of all code 31,37, and 81s, generated from ASIMS for conciliation with medical. Also will work closely with MSME
will work closely with providers, and may be able to identify problems with special studies that are holding up the progress of impending MEB's or return to duty
469's with mobility restrictions exceeding 30 days and not converted to code 31 will be reviewed.
PEBLO will maintain spreadsheet of all code 37 cases currently open in ASIMS.
MSME will maintain a spreadsheet of all code 81 cases.
PEBLO will maintain spreadsheet of all ALC-C RILO due dates. MSME will assist in keeping the list current by advising the PEBLO of any RILO cases identified during medical record in-processing
MMR (Medically Mobility Ready) Percentage
Green capable of deploying with no medical action required. Percentage of population medically ready to deploy at a moment's notice
MMRA (Medical Mobility Restricted-Actionable) Percentage
Have no AAC and no ALC-C. They have ASIMS requirements that can be resolved within 30 days. These members are shown as red in ASIMS
MMRN (Medically Mobility Restricted-Actionable) Percentage
Members who require greater then 30 days to become MMR and are Codes 31,37, or 81 or on a stratified ALC-C
Diagnosis and Medication Surveillance
The SGH will develop a list of the ten most frequently seen diagnosis requiring MEB at the MTF. MSME will query a report through CHCS/AHLTA and wiil compare existing codes to see who has slipped through the cracks in the MEB process/
The DAWG will produce all metrics, MEB overdue dates, and peer review and surveillance significant findings from the meeting and report to the MTF Executive committee