If the applicant is working at or above Substantial Gainful Activity (SGA), is there a process that SSA can declare the applicant is disabled but on a non-pay status?

If the applicant is working at or above Substantial Gainful Activity (SGA), is there a process that SSA can declare the applicant is disabled but on a non-pay status? in topic Disability Determination

Answer

No. SSA would find that the claimant is ineligible for disability benefits because they are able to work at or above SGA level. At Step 1 of the Sequential Evaluation, the applicant would be found ineligible for benefits which includes both cash and health insurance.