Does the Government Owe You Money?
Recover subsidy dollars from current or past Retirement Drug Subsidy (RDS) programs
The Retiree Drug Subsidy (RDS) program allows employers to receive a government subsidy equal to as much as 28% of their eligible drug spend. However, employers do not always receive the full subsidy amount they are eligible for. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) allows plan sponsors to request a reopening for past applications under federal regulations.
If an organization is a current or former participant in the RDS program, we can help them recover the additional subsidy dollars, going back four years with no upfront costs through our reopening services.
Do you think you may have...
• Missed initial Medicare eligibility dates for newly eligible members?
• Had claims rejected by CMS with a vague rejection rationale?
• Overlooked Part D drugs that could increase subsidies?
These are just a few of the reasons you may want to reopen current or past RDS applications to get the money that's rightfully yours.