You are here: Home Government ... Medicare ... The Appeals Process
Information about all aspects of finances affected by a serious health condition. Includes income sources such as work, investments, and private and government disability programs, and expenses such as medical bills, and how to deal with financial problems.
Information about all aspects of health care from choosing a doctor and treatment, staying safe in a hospital, to end of life care. Includes how to obtain, choose and maximize health insurance policies.
Answers to your practical questions such as how to travel safely despite your health condition, how to avoid getting infected by a pet, and what to say or not say to an insurance company.

Medicare Advantage: Claims: Appeals

The Appeals Process

Next » « Previous


The appeals process will be spelled out in the denial letter. It will also include dates by which appeals must be started. Do not assume you can appeal after the described date.

After the internal review process, you have the right to have a denial of reviewed by an independent body that contracts with Medicare.

If you do not receive satisfaction, you have the right to appeal to an Administrative Law Judge, and eventually to use the courts.

If you have difficulty that may be newsworthy, see: How To Involve The Press.

Please share how this information is useful to you. 0 Comments


Post a Comment Have something to add to this topic? Contact Us.

Characters remaining:

  • Allowed markup: <a> <i> <b> <em> <u> <s> <strong> <code> <pre> <p>
    All other tags will be stripped.