20 CFR Part 416, Subpart I - Determining Disability and Blindness
subjgrpGeneral (§§ 416.901 - 416.902)
subjgrpDefinition of Disability (§§ 416.905 - 416.911)
- § 416.905 Basic definition of disability for adults.
- § 416.906 Basic definition of disability for children.
- § 416.907 Disability under a State plan.
- § 416.908 What is needed to show an impairment.
- § 416.909 How long the impairment must last.
- § 416.910 Meaning of substantial gainful activity.
- § 416.911 Definition of disabling impairment.
subjgrpEvidence (§§ 416.912 - 416.918)
- § 416.912 Evidence.
- § 416.913 Medical and other evidence of your impairment(s).
- § 416.914 When we will purchase existing evidence.
- § 416.915 Where and how to submit evidence.
- § 416.916 If you fail to submit medical and other evidence.
- § 416.917 Consultative examination at our expense.
- § 416.918 If you do not appear at a consultative examination.
subjgrpStandards To Be Used in Determining When a Consultative Examination Will Be Obtained in Connection With Disability Determinations (§§ 416.919 - 416.919b)
subjgrpStandards for the Type of Referral and for Report Content (§§ 416.919f - 416.919q)
- § 416.919f Type of purchased examinations.
- § 416.919g Who we will select to perform a consultative examination.
- § 416.919h Your treating source.
- § 416.919i Other sources for consultative examinations.
- § 416.919j Objections to the medical source designated to perform the consultative examination.
- § 416.919k Purchase of medical examinations, laboratory tests, and other services.
- § 416.919m Diagnostic tests or procedures.
- § 416.919n Informing the medical source of examination scheduling, report content, and signature requirements.
- § 416.919o When a properly signed consultative examination report has not been received.
- § 416.919p Reviewing reports of consultative examinations.
- § 416.919q Conflict of interest.
subjgrpAuthorizing and Monitoring the Referral Process (§ 416.919s)
subjgrpProcedures To Monitor the Consultative Examination (§ 416.919t)
subjgrpEvaluation of Disability (§§ 416.920 - 416.924b)
- § 416.920 Evaluation of disability of adults, in general.
- § 416.920a Evaluation of mental impairments.
- § 416.920b How we consider evidence.
- § 416.921 What we mean by a not severe impairment(s) in an adult.
- § 416.922 When you have two or more unrelated impairments - initial claims.
- § 416.923 Multiple impairments.
- § 416.924 How we determine disability for children.
- § 416.924a Considerations in determining disability for children.
- § 416.924b Age as a factor of evaluation in the sequential evaluation process for children.
subjgrpMedical Considerations (§§ 416.925 - 416.930)
- § 416.925 Listing of Impairments in appendix 1 of subpart P of part 404 of this chapter.
- § 416.926 Medical equivalence for adults and children.
- § 416.926a Functional equivalence for children.
- § 416.927 Evaluating opinion evidence.
- § 416.928 Symptoms, signs, and laboratory findings.
- § 416.929 How we evaluate symptoms, including pain.
- § 416.930 Need to follow prescribed treatment.
subjgrpPresumptive Disability and Blindness (§§ 416.931 - 416.934)
- § 416.931 The meaning of presumptive disability or presumptive blindness.
- § 416.932 When presumptive payments begin and end.
- § 416.933 How we make a finding of presumptive disability or presumptive blindness.
- § 416.934 Impairments which may warrant a finding of presumptive disability or presumptive blindness.
subjgrpDrug Addiction and Alcoholism (§§ 416.935 - 416.941)
- § 416.935 How we will determine whether your drug addiction or alcoholism is a contributing factor material to the determination of disability.
- § 416.936 Treatment required for individuals whose drug addiction or alcoholism is a contributing factor material to the determination of disability.
- § 416.937 What we mean by appropriate treatment.
- § 416.938 What we mean by approved institutions or facilities.
- § 416.939 How we consider whether treatment is available.
- § 416.940 Evaluating compliance with the treatment requirements.
- § 416.941 Establishment and use of referral and monitoring agencies.
subjgrpResidual Functional Capacity (§§ 416.945 - 416.946)
subjgrpVocational Considerations (§§ 416.960 - 416.969a)
- § 416.960 When we will consider your vocational background.
- § 416.962 Medical-vocational profiles showing an inability to make an adjustment to other work.
- § 416.963 Your age as a vocational factor.
- § 416.964 Your education as a vocational factor.
- § 416.965 Your work experience as a vocational factor.
- § 416.966 Work which exists in the national economy.
- § 416.967 Physical exertion requirements.
- § 416.968 Skill requirements.
- § 416.969 Listing of Medical-Vocational Guidelines in appendix 2 of subpart P of part 404 of this chapter.
- § 416.969a Exertional and nonexertional limitations.
subjgrpSubstantial Gainful Activity (§§ 416.971 - 416.976)
- § 416.971 General.
- § 416.972 What we mean by substantial gainful activity.
- § 416.973 General information about work activity.
- § 416.974 Evaluation guides if you are an employee.
- § 416.974a When and how we will average your earnings.
- § 416.975 Evaluation guides if you are self-employed.
- § 416.976 Impairment-related work expenses.
subjgrpBlindness (§§ 416.981 - 416.986)
- § 416.981 Meaning of blindness as defined in the law.
- § 416.982 Blindness under a State plan.
- § 416.983 How we evaluate statutory blindness.
- § 416.984 If you are statutorily blind and still working.
- § 416.985 How we evaluate other visual impairments.
- § 416.986 Why and when we will find that you are no longer entitled to benefits based on statutory blindness.
subjgrpDisability Redeterminations for Individuals Who Attain Age 18 (§ 416.987)
subjgrpContinuing or Stopping Disability or Blindness (§§ 416.988 - 416.999d)
- § 416.988 Your responsibility to tell us of events that may change your disability or blindness status.
- § 416.989 We may conduct a review to find out whether you continue to be disabled.
- § 416.989a We may conduct a review to find out whether you continue to be blind.
- § 416.990 When and how often we will conduct a continuing disability review.
- § 416.991 If your medical recovery was expected and you returned to work.
- § 416.992 What happens if you fail to comply with our request for information.
- § 416.992a [Reserved]
- § 416.993 Medical evidence in continuing disability review cases.
- § 416.994 How we will determine whether your disability continues or ends, disabled adults.
- § 416.994a How we will determine whether your disability continues or ends, and whether you are and have been receiving treatment that is medically necessary and available, disabled children.
- § 416.995 If we make a determination that your physical or mental impairment(s) has ceased, did not exist or is no longer disabling (Medical Cessation Determination).
- § 416.996 Continued disability or blindness benefits pending appeal of a medical cessation determination.
- § 416.998 If you become disabled by another impairment(s).
- § 416.999 What is expedited reinstatement?
- § 416.999a Who is eligible for expedited reinstatement?
- § 416.999b How do I request reinstatement?
- § 416.999c How do we determine provisional benefits?
- § 416.999d How do we determine reinstated benefits?
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