Hospitals should assist individuals who work hard to earn a living but get disabled to process their claims for Social Security Disability benefits. As part of the mission of the Social Security Administration (SSA), disabled members, despite their current health condition, still have the chance to receive benefits so they can provide for their family’s needs.
For more than 60 years, the SSA has implemented the Disability Insurance Program to dole out cash benefits for members in need of assistance. Hospitals and healthcare facilities also play a crucial role in this process. By providing accurate medical data on each patient, they bridge the gap between the SSA and members who seek benefits.
How Helpful Has the Program Been?
Of the more than 65 million members that are under Social Security in 2015, more than 10.2 million people have reaped disability benefits. By the end of the year, the total amount that was paid out to disabled workers and their beneficiaries have reached more than $11.4 billion. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2mB3Or9