The original Military record keeping app

We knew there needed to be a way that service-members could take control of their documentation, their health and their future needs in regard to getting connected for future claims.


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Track all medical events

Puts Veterans in charge of their own military medical records.

Health Assessments

Allows for self-monitoring of health every 3 months.

Veteran support

Supports successful outcomes in compensation and pension claims.

Access to documentation

Export military medical records focal to compensation and pension information directly to third party of Veterans’ choice.

Stay secured

Keeping Veterans’ records private and under their control until they are ready to share them.

Be in control and start tracking today.

Your data and files are stored on your device and not in the cloud. That means you have full control, always!

Our Pricing

Choose the package which best suits your needs to provide you with ease of mind and confidence in knowing all of your documentation and information is private, organized and easily accessible.


  • QHQ - 2 total
  • Medical Events - 2 total
  • Admin Docs - No restrictions
  • Reminders - QHQ reminders
  • Badges - No restrictions
  • Service Dates - No restrictions
  • Export PDF - No restrictions
  • Optional Lock Screen


$ 9
per year
  • QHQ - Unlimited
  • Medical Events - Unlimited
  • Admin Docs - No restrictions
  • Badges - No restrictions
  • Service Dates - No restrictions
  • PDF Export - No restrictions
  • Export and Import Database Backup
  • Database Backup Reminder
  • Reminders - QHQ reminders
  • Optional Lock Screen

Frequently Asked Questions

Service members may be hurt or injured during active duty.  These events may not be supported by documentation for a number of reasons. There is often fear of reprimand, being held back or seen as a weaker team member. When a member is evaluated for a condition, it is often in the form a curbside consult without paper trail.  Many service members are seen for a condition but the records are unable to be located years later when requested. Records may be inadvertently destroyed, such as in a fire. 

In order for claims to have merit for service connection a service member must be able to show two things. The first requirement is to establish a nexus. A nexus is a link between a current, diagnosed disability and an in-service event, injury or illness. The second element is chronicity of symptoms or care in service for the claimed condition.  

When each service member is ready to separate or file claim, Nexudoc allows each military member to be his or her own advocate, allowing the personal tracking and documenting of illnesses and injuries in real time while on active duty.    When each active military is ready to separate from service or to file a claim, Nexudoc can offer the ability to export military medical records focal to compensation and pension directly to 3rd parties of the Veteran’s choice.

The free version will give a user a taste of the Nexudoc experience with limited capabilities of our app features. While there is benefit to our free app, our paid version allows for a more robust package with improved functions to include scheduled Quarterly Health Questionnaires, reminders and unlimited uploads for important documents such as military orders, dates, witness statements, medical records and journal entries related to medical events. The paid version will also give the user the ability to export the complete Nexudoc folder to the VBA or other parties of the user’s choosing. 

The military does keep personal medical records. However, there are a number of reasons a service member should not rely on the assumption that these records will be safely held in the military’s hands. Medical records have been known to get lost or inadvertently destroyed. 

For servicemembers in combat, there is often the inability to get evaluated for a condition and in this setting, when a member does see a medical provider, there is often no documentation at all. Finally, many service members do not want to be evaluated for a condition as they don’t want to be held back in their positions or from advancing with their teams.  From a Compensation and Pension provider viewpoint, the records available are often insufficient, missing key information and highly disorganized, making it difficult for the C&P exam provider to locate and navigate records in a thorough and complete manner that will benefit the success of your claim.  Nexudoc allows a user to document and timestamp a condition or injury at any time without having to share this information until that member deems appropriate. Nexudoc allows a member to be in control of his or her own records and therefore, set up for a much more successful future with compensation and pension claims.

NexuDoc does not store any of your medical and personal information in the cloud but rather stores it locally to ensure you have control over the security and access of your data. We suggest that you make periodic backups which is an in-app feature and saving these backups to your own personal cloud storage. Your information is just that – yours until you decide to file a claim or share.

A correctly trained compensation and pension examiner will look for required information as directed by the Veterans Benefit Administration (VBA).  Two main points remain true which is the requirement to show a Nexus (a link between a current, diagnosed disability and an in-service event, injury or illness) and chronicity. C&P providers are also trained to consider if a member appears to be filing a fraudulent claim. Having complete records to support both a nexus and chronicity will help to support the legitimacy of a case.