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"What to do if the individual gets the short form
The short form (SSA-455-OCR-SM) is the “easy” one. It is only two pages long and is read by computer (OCR stands for Optical Character Reader). It is sent primarily to beneficiaries who have a low probability of medical improvement. The short form assumes that the individual will be found still disabled unless SSA is given reason to question that. A human only looks at the short form if the computer kicks it out for one reason or another. If it isn’t sent to a human for further review, then the benefits continue uninterrupted.
Assuming an individual is still disabled and that their condition has not measurably improved, there are some things an individual can do to see that the computer accepts the form without sending it for further review:
Fill out the form exactly as instructed. Use a box for each letter or number. If the boxes run out, stop, even if it’s mid-word.
• No new information. The goal of this form is to simply confirm the information they already have, so an individual does not want to include any changes, not even administrative changes such as an address change on this form. New information will cause the form to be kicked out for human review.
• Use original diagnosis. Under “Reason for Last Visit,” use the same diagnosis for which the individual was originally approved."