Medicare Conversion ServicesSM for Small Employer Group Plans
Individuals who are eligible for Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) or Medicare but not enrolled can create a lost revenue opportunity for any health plan—but can be especially impactful for small employer group plans.
Human Arc’s experts tackle this challenge for you, identifying and locating potentially eligible individuals and guiding them through the SSDI enrollment process—even monitoring SSDI enrollments to ensure that, after 24 months, these individuals are successfully enrolled in Medicare.
Our experts help you:
When eligible individuals are successfully enrolled in SSDI and Medicare, you achieve cost savings by becoming a secondary payer. This can also potentially lower small employers’ overall premium costs.
Accurately Identify and Locate Potentially Eligible Individuals.
Human Arc’s proprietary technology utilizes its medically driven PrecisionSM predictive model to identify and locate individuals who have disabilities or have dependents with disabilities.
Your employees will appreciate that you are going above and beyond to help them achieve the benefits for which they are eligible.
The Human Arc Edge
Our specialists emphasize dignity and personal privacy to maximize response rates and ensure continued cooperation when it’s time to reapply. Many of our specialists are bilingual and all have 24/7 access to a translation service, making communication even easier.
Human Arc’s PrecisionSM predictive modeling quickly identifies the likeliest disability candidates in accordance with government and clinical standards. Precision ensures compliance with exacting government disability definitions by using the Social Security Administration’s 14 body systems of adult disability criteria, plus an additional 15 pediatric disability criteria.
Information Speed and Flexibility.
Our leading-edge information systems and HIPAA-compliant data mining techniques gives us advanced tools and client reporting capabilities.
*Medicare is the primary payer for small group insurance plan members who are 65 or older and enrolled in a group with less than 20 employees OR who are disabled, entitled to Medicare, and enrolled in a group with less than 100 employees.