SSDI Patient Profile & Conditions
Studies show that half of single adults, ages 51-64, with lower income and education levels, comprise the general SSDI patient profile and report a high incidence of chronic illness. These patients are in need of ongoing healthcare services and treatment. For patients who qualify for SSDI, it’s extremely important to apply for benefits as early as possible. Conditions likely to develop into a long-term or permanent disability include:
- Heart Disease
- Chronic Pain
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Spinal Disorders
Referrals Are A Good IDEA To Help Your Patients
It’s important for patients to apply for SSDI right away, before insurance benefits and income is compromised. These four simple steps will help you remember how easy it is to assess and refer patients who would benefit from our expert assistance.
There’s no financial risk or responsibility for healthcare professionals when referring a patient. Our Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) representation service fees are regulated by the Social Security Administration (SSA) and are only payable by your patients if we’re successful in getting benefits.
“I wanted to thank all of you at Allsup. Dealing with my disabilities was hard enough. Allsup’s many courteous, efficient and hard-working representatives made the process painless. I have recommended Allsup to all my doctors and anyone that I have met that needs help in dealing with SSDI.”
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