Healthcare providers face an incredible dilemma.
As the volume of self-pay, uninsured and under-insured patients rises, operational margins and access to care is compromised. Many patients, who are at risk because of a change in their personal condition, seek care in the emergency department due to a health crisis. Many of these patients, previously working, had health insurance that now is at risk because of an unplanned disability either due to acute trauma or chronic illness. The impact to providers and patients alike is costly and largely unavoidable.
Organizations focused on revenue recovery need help to identify alternative state and federal funding resources to assist serving this at-risk population. Allsup provides an important resource to assist individuals by securing their Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits, and ultimately their Medicare entitlement. Individuals who complete the process with Allsup usually get awarded much sooner, and 98 percent of those who complete the process with Allsup receive an award.
Most healthcare practitioners are unaware of the delays and difficulties of applying for SSDI. Most people will spend an average of 1,395 days in the process (46 months).
Allsup’s SSDI representation services are provided at no cost, unless the individual is awarded benefits. Our fees
are regulated by the Social Security Administration (SSA) and are only payable if we are successful in getting someone their award. This means that you as a healthcare provider have no financial risk or responsibility in referring someone to us. It also means that you and your patient have much to gain by working with Allsup to access SSDI and Medicare benefits.
Your patients with disabilities, who have previously worked, may be eligible for SSDI.