Accessible Documents in Healthcare and Insurance

Accessible Documents for Healthcare & Insurance

Ensure accessibility and equal access to healthcare & insurance documents

Documents for Healthcare & Insurance

At 247 Accessible Documents, we convert high-volume healthcare and insurance documents into accessible format tested by people with disabilities in the most cost effective manner.

  • Brochures
  • Coverage
  • Admissions
  • Directories
  • Benefits
  • Billing Statements
  • Treatment / Therapies
  • Forms and Publications

If you are providing a document, in print or electronically, we can assist you to ensure that all your healthcare and insurance documents are accessible and deliver:




Simple & Fixed




PDF, Word, Excel, Powerpoint

How we support Healthcare & Insurance Providers?

247 Accessible Documents works closely with healthcare and insurance providers to ensure that people with disabilities have equal access as everyone.

As per the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Section 504, Section 508, WCAG and Affordable Healthcare Act, as healthcare and insurance providers we can bridge the gaps by providing them the information in accessible formats.

People with disabilities need to be aware of various government services and how to access and avail various benefits.
We work with Section 508 co-ordinators and ADA co-ordinators in organizations, to assist to make their documents accessible.

Why Accessible Documents Matters in Healthcare & Insurance?

AT 247 Accessible Documents, we work with you to understand and create a plan to:

  • Meet your compliance and manage risk as per Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Section 508, 504 or Afforable Healthcase Act
  • Conform to PDF/UA and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 & 2.1
  • Ensure Accessible PDF of all important documents including Explanation of Benefits (EOB), Summary of Benefits (SB), and Statements & Billing
  • Ensure better data collection by using Accessible PDF Forms
G3ict relies on 247 Accessible Documents as its trusted advisor for its document accessibility needs: we like the professionalism, speed and creativity of its team when complex issues need to be resolved. And, knowing that two-third of 247 Accessible Documents dedicated employees are persons with disabilities gives us an additional motivation to support an organization which walks the talk!

Axel LebloisPresident, G3ict