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PostSubject: Observed behaviour given more weight in Atos assessment than medical history or examination…   Sat Nov 03, 2012 11:50 am

Observed behaviour given more weight in Atos assessment than medical history or examination…

Looking through the LIMA Computer programme the other day I found something I hadn’t noticed before, an instruction to Atos HCPs telling them that the LIMA computer programme favours OBSERVED behaviour over a claimants history or the examination, I find this rather disturbing.

The claim that all evidence is taken into account seems a rather dubious claim after seeing this, what do you all think, I’d like to know your opinions on this one…

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