part d advisors (pda) is a custom solutions provider that recovers lost funds and generates future savings in healthcare costs. with a breadth of experience in both retiree drug subsidy (rds) administration and dependent eligibility verification (dev) services, we’ve collected more than $1 billion in subsidies for our rds customers, and produced an average roi of $14 to $1 for dev clientele. In short, pda reduces healthcare costs without reducing member benefits or raising premiums.
Part D Advisors (PDA) is the nation’s most experienced Retiree Drug Subsidy (RDS) administrator for both the ongoing and reopening processes and the only vendor providing AICPA SOC certified RDS support services. Our goal is simple – ensure our clients meet all RDS requirements and maximize their subsidy potential with the least time and effort on their part.Learn More
Prior to the move to PDA, Health Decisions was already a leading national firm in the area of Dependent Verification with nearly 30 years of experience. Our proven high-quality, high-tech, high-touch method has lead to an average 98% employee response rate, setting the standard in dependent eligibility verification audits.Learn More
Since our founding in 2005, PDA has worked extensively with unions and Taft-Hartley funds alike to help them honor the promise made to their retirees. No matter how different unions may be in location or specialty, they all want the best for their retirees, which is why they hire PDA for their Retiree Drug Subsidy and Dependent Edibility Verification needs.Learn More
PDA has worked with all types of governmental organizations, from State Employee Retirement Systems to Road Commissions and Utility Boards ranging in size from a few hundred members to hundreds of thousands. Just like our municipal clients, PDA is dedicated to providing the greatest value for their citizens and retirees.Learn More
PDA knows how important it is for businesses to maximize their subsidy payments and ensure eligibility in order to continue to provide quality benefits for their employees and retirees alike. This money goes a long way in keeping costs down for both employer and employee; ensuring retirees are able to continue receiving the benefits they’ve earned.Learn More