The Social Security Administration has recently posted instructions in its manual on ordering video consultative examinations (CEs). CEs are ordered by the Social Security Administration to use in determining disability. The instructions indicate this is only for psychiatric and some psychological examinations. This is supposed to be for rural areas and for areas where it's hard for the agency to get CEs done. The claimant is supposed to be able to object to a video CE but what will be done then? Just deny the claim for lack of evidence? Social Security will limit this to psychiatrists and psychologist licensed in the state where the claimant is located but adds that this limitation is only "at this time."