In November 2015, we posted a CSV version of our Enterprise Inventory to improve its accessibility to human readers. You can find it at: www.ssa.gov/data/data.csv. We made this change in response to a comment through this forum. We welcome your ideas on data you’d like us to release, or ways to make our data more accessible.
• Social Security Administration 800 Number Network Average Speed to Answer: http://www.socialsecurity.gov/open/data/800-number-average-speed-to-answer.html
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1. Race/ethnic background of disability applicants and ultimate result of claim, whether granted or denied.
2. Number of cases for each ALJ which go to the Appeals Council and Federal Court, and ultimate result of those appeals.
As a representative utilizing this system, I believe it would beneficial to have claimant's electronic files available at all levels of the claim. This would eliminate much phone and other traffic through the field offices, lessening their burden. At the very least, an ERE Bar Code should be sent to claimants at the commencement of... more »
1) Productivity, backlog and allowance rates for each state DDS
2) Percent of claimants with attorney or other representation
3) EAJA fees paid
4) Appeals Council productivity and backlog
5) Percent of claimants who are rejecting video hearings
6) Number of attorney-advisor decisions issued
7) Number of on the record reversals issued by ALJs
8) Processing time data... more »
https://json-csv.com is a JSON to CSV converter which transforms JSON data into a format that can be opened in a spreadsheet. Researchers can then easily dice the data with the spreadsheet tools.
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I have replaced my Medicare card twice already and going on the third time. They should be made out of a more durable material where the lettering and card do not become worn out. A plastic not as thick as a credit card but strong. And if it had a bar code on it to make it easier for medical professionals to verify benefits.it will save time and money
When processing a request for postponement from a claimant it is neccessary to know the pay status and how many previous postponement requests has been granted. To simplify this process, a pay status should be added to CPMS for each claimant next to the critical case status.
This misleads the public into having the perception that online application for medicare and retirement could be processed in 5 days. Many actually call the field office, and the national 800 # after the 5 days thinking that their application should have been completed. This language needs to be removed, and language explaining more actual time lines needs to be added.