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What is FHM's primary role in the PIMR process?
provide central oversight and support
What is the outcome of PIMR program?
should be a medically fit and ready force
What is the primary purpose of IMR?
to provide a "real time" medical readiness assessment of IMR req to commanders, individ, and PCM
What lab tests are req in PIMR and freq?
- -G6PD - once
- -DNA - Once
- Blood typpe
- HIV - 3very two years
What reflected in PIMR is the minimum recommended studies that an individual needs.
Clinical preventitive services (CPS)
Studies from the Clinical Prv Services are based on who's recommendations
US Health Services Task Force and can be found in Prev Base Screening Grid
Tests on nonflyers are based on ?
age and family history
FHM responsible for four components in PIMR, what are they?
data mgt, occ health oversigh, immunizations consultant, deployment support
PIMR data provided by FHM should be reviewed by who?
Pop Health Working Group
list the types of medical examinations specified in 48-123
- acession examinations
- Initial flying duty
When a members qualificationfor continued service is questionable...what are the provisions (AFIs)?
AFI 48-123, AFI 363212, AFI 48-157
Medical standards for flying duty are designed for:
to avoid compromise of flying safety, mission completion , or the member's well being
The profiling system classifies individuals according to physical functional abilities. What are the two categories?
- 1. Applicants for appointment, enlistment, and induction into military service
- 2. Activie Duty, and Air Reserve components throughout military service
The majority of initial enlisted profiles are established through___?
Where are profiles entered on the SF 88 at MEPS?
Where are officers entereing the militry profiles located?
commissioning physical examination
What are the common uses of the AF Form 422?
- - Clearance of the mbr for worldwide duty
- - Notification to military personnel flight of worldwide duty changes
- -Notification to MPF of a mbr's profile change
- - Communicate information to the members unit commander/supervisor that he or she has an injury/illnes that limits job performance
- - Communicates limited mobility status
- - notification to MPF for AD of mbr's qualification for retirement or seperation
4T profiles with a duration greater than 60 days tell the personnel system what?
pt's worldwide duty is questionable; therefore FHM must review the AF form 422 every 30 days.
The physical profile serial is based upon the functional ability of an individual to perform military tasks. What are those two?
physical and mental
What two visual issues are not profiled under any factor?
near visual acuity and color vision
Where should the X factor be recorded on the profile?
In the remarks section
A 422 and what, must be sent to the MPF for mandatory retraining
?narrative summary SF 502 - contains recommendations by the members squadron commander and approval by MTF CC or profile officer
Abscence of a suffix indicates the physical profile is___
What does the suffix W indicat on a profile?
Worldwide qualified with a 1,2, or 3
What does the L suffix represent on the 422?
limited assignement status. members receive this after a MEB or PEB (only authorized by AFPC
Five copies of the 422 are distributed. List where all five go
- 1 - Health Record
- 2 - MPF (not required for temp profiles that expire withing 60 days
- 3 - Squadron
- 4 - Individual
- 5 - FHM through PIMR
What do code 31, 37, 81 mean
- 31- all 4T profiles
- 37 - MEB/PEB
- 81 - pregnancy
What is the acceptable Army version of the 422?
Who is responsible for the profile for members who have gone through and MEB and returned to duty?
PCM, FhM, profile office
What list should FHM review to determine who was released or transferred to another hospital?
Admissions and Dispositions
People applying for security clearances must meet the requirements in what AFI?
AFI 31-501 Personal Security Program Mgt