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Social Security Disability Insurance Available to BCBSAZ Members

Blue Cross® Blue Shield® of Arizona (BCBSAZ) is working with SSDC Services Corporation (SSDC) to identify members who may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits and Medicare coordination. This service is provided at no cost to our members and is completely voluntary.

The outreach activity for this program will focus on members in Fully Insured Commercial accounts and Individual and Family plans. 

Employers and their employees may be contacted via mail and outbound phone calls from SSDC. To take advantage of this benefit, members can do any of the following three options: 

  1. Complete the questionnaire they receive and return to SSDC in the postage-paid envelope
  2. Call SSDC at 1-800-374-9950 x222, TTY: 711 Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Arizona time 
  3. Log in to using the assigned username and password they receive via mail to complete the questionnaire online

Review the FAQ document along with samples of the outreach materials you may receive. If you have questions about this outreach program, please contact SSDC at 1-800-374-9950 x222, TTY: 711 Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Arizona time, or visit


Reminder: Medicare Part D Disclosures due by March 1, 2022 for Calendar Year Plans

Group health plan sponsors are required to complete an online disclosure
form with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) on an annual basis and at other select times, indicating whether the plan’s prescription drug coverage is creditable or non-creditable.

This disclosure requirement applies when an employer-sponsored group
health plan provides prescription drug coverage to individuals who are
eligible for coverage under Medicare Part D.

The plan sponsor must complete the online disclosure within 60 days after
the beginning of the plan year. For calendar year health plans, the deadline
for the annual online disclosure is March 1, 2022.

To determine whether the CMS reporting requirement applies, employers
should verify whether their group health plans cover any Medicare-eligible
individuals (including active employees, disabled employees, COBRA
participants, retirees, and their covered spouses and dependents) at the start of each plan year