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Improving the Social Security Disability Decision Process: Interim Report REFERENCES ABMS (American Board of Medical Specialties). 2005. 2005 Annual Report and Reference Handbook. Available: www.abms.org/Downloads/Publications/AnnualReport2005.pdf (accessed September 30, 2005). ABPP (American Board of Professional Psychology). 2005. Specialty Board Certification in Professional Psychology. Available: www.abpp.org/brochures/genbrochure2005.pdf (accessed October 7, 2005). ACUS (Administrative Conference of the United States). 1989. Improved Use of Medical Personnel in Social Security Disability Determinations. Recommendation 89–10 of the Administrative Conference of the United States. Available: www.law.fsu.edu/library/admin/acus/3058910.html (accessed October 7, 2005). AMA (American Medical Association). 2004. CPT 2005, Standard Edition. Chicago, IL: American Medical Association. Anfield R. 2002. Statement of Robert Anfield, M.D., Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, Customer Care Centers, UnumProvident Corporation, before the Subcommittee on Social Security, House Committee on Ways and Means, July 11. Available: waysandmeans.house.gov/legacy.asp?file=legacy/socsec/107cong/7-11-02/107-92final.htm (accessed September 16, 2005). Barnhart JA. 2003. Statement of The Honorable Jo Anne B.Barnhart, Commissioner, Social Security Administration. Testimony before the Subcommittee on Social Security of the House Committee on Ways and Means, September 25, 2003. Available: waysandmeans.house.gov/hearings.asp?formmode=view&id761 (accessed September 23, 2005). Barnhart JA. 2005. Social Security’s Proposed Improvements to the Disability Determination Process. Statement of Jo Anne B.Barnhart, Commissioner of Social Security before the Subcommittee on Social Security of the House Committee on Ways and Means, September 27, 2005. Available: waysandmeans.house.gov/hearings.asp?formmode=view&id=3802 (accessed September 29, 2005). Barzansky B. 2005. Personal communication by electronic mail on November 14. Barbara Barzansky is Associate Director, Division of Undergraduate Medical Education Policy and Standards, and Secretary, Council on Medical Education, American Medical Association, Chicago, IL. Bloch F. 1992. Disability Determination: The Administrative Process and the Role of Medical Personnel. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. Bloch F, Lubbers J, Verkuil P. 2003. Introducing Nonadversarial Government Representatives to Improve the Record for Decision in Social Security Disability Decisions. Report to the Social Security Advisory Board. Available: www.ssab.gov/documents/Bloch-Lubbers-Verkuil.pdf (accessed October 7, 2005). Brennan TA, Horwitz RI, Duffy, FD, Cassel CK, Goode LD, Lipner RS. 2004. The Role of Physician Specialty Board Certification Status in the Quality Movement. Journal of the American Medical Association, 292(9): 1038–1043. Canadian Parliament. 2003. Listening to Canadians: A First View of the Future of the Canada Pension Plan Disability Program. Fifth Report of the Standing Committee on Human Resources Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities, June. Available: www.parl.gc.ca/infocomdoc/37/2/HUMA/Studies/Reports/humarp05/humarp05-e.pdf (accessed April 12, 2005).

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