I was wondering if it is possible for the Army
to be able to view my civilian medical history, or my civilian prescription history?
Reason being, I have been in the military for going on 4 years now and generally I would go to a military doctor for everything, but over my leave
while I was home I had a dental emergency and ended up having to go to a civilian dentist. YES I had permission to go to the civilian dentist, but they weren't allowed to provided services that the Army didn't approve of, which they didn't, they stuck to what they were told. I was prescribed by the civilian doctor to Vicodin for the pain. The trouble didn't start until recently due to failing a drug test (due to the prescription). I was stationed at Fort Bliss when the drug test was taken, and it came back as failed but was signed off on due to prescription. I PCS to Fort Bragg 3 weeks ago and went they processed my papers it showed as I still had a failed drug test and now they are trying to give me an article 15
and chapter me out. They were shown the papers stating that it was prescription, but are stating that those no longer are valid because my military medical record doesn't show that I was ever prescribed to medication. Although I was, only it was through a civilian doctor, and the appointment was authorized of. I no longer have the medication as proof considering it was almost a year ago, and thats why I am wondering is there any way possible that the military can view my prescription history from a civilian doctor, or my medical history every though I am active duty? Ive talked to JAG/ legal and they have all agreed if I get proof I have a good chance of this being thrown out. Just need to know if they can do that?