Army: Madigan PTSD screening not used elsewhere

02/5/2013 | Seattle Times, The

Army investigators have concluded that the Madigan Army Medical Center program for PTSD diagnoses that included the use of forensic psychiatrists was not used at other military facilities. More than 300 patients saw their PTSD diagnoses overturned by forensic psychiatrists at the center, but the Army re-evaluated those patients after the problems came to light, and PTSD diagnoses were reinstated in many of them.

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