As hospitals know only too well, patients with disabilities are some of the toughest cases to handle. Aside from requiring specialized treatments, they also require more frequent visits to monitor progress. Oftentimes, it is veterans who suffer from the most serious disabilities as a result of protecting the country.
Not surprisingly, disability is one of the most expensive medical cases to treat—and has a high probability of becoming potential bad debt. After all, with all the medications and doctor visits required, a disabled veteran will find treatment a great financial burden.
Luckily, such patients can get social security disability benefits to help subsidize the cost of medical care. And recently, The Sequoia Project and the Department of Veterans affairs announced a health IT initiative to make it easier for them to qualify for such benefits. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2imsLUP