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You may appeal claims that are partially or fully denied, as long as the claim has appeal rights. The appeal rights are outlined in your remittance notice and must be filed within 120 days of the date of the remittance notice. Important points to remember:
Claims that do not have appeal rights cannot be appealed. Examples include:
We strongly encourage you to check the status of claims before submitting appeals through one of the following:
You can also ensure that your claim has appeal rights, by checking its status through the IVR unit or the eServices tool.
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Last Updated: 04/01/2019