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If you do not agree with DC Health Link’s decision about your health insurance coverage or assistance in paying for coverage, you have a right to appeal the decision and receive a hearing before an independent administrative law judge. You can appeal a...

Administrative Review - Once your appeal is received, you will be scheduled for an Administrative Review Conference at the Office of Administrative Review and Appeals (OARA). This is a voluntary meeting with a Hearing Examiner from the District of Columbia Department of...

If you do not agree with our decision about your health insurance coverage or assistance, you have a right to appeal our decision and receive a Fair Hearing. You can appeal a denial, termination, or change in your eligibility for Medicaid, premium tax credits, or cost-...

*/ Employees have several opportunities to contest an ineligibility determination. When you're first determined ineligible by DC Health Link, you'll have a 30 day period to contact your employer to resolve the issue or to provide additional documentation to DC Health...

*/ Employers have several opportunities to contest an ineligibility determination. When employers are first determined ineligible, they have 30 days to provide additional documentation to DC Health Link for reconsideration. DC Health Link will review the additional...

Medicaid - If you get Medicaid and file the appeal before your Medicaid ends or within 15 days of the date of this notice - whichever is later - you will continue to be covered by Medicaid. Even if you file the appeal after your Medicaid coverage has ended, but still within...

You have the right to represent yourself or have a lawyer, family member, or friend represent you at the Administrative Review and or at the Fair Hearing. If you would like to talk to a lawyer who will represent you for free, you can call any of the following places to see...

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