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The Appeals Process for Denied Claims: What to Do

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) gives everyone the right to ask insurers to reconsider a denied claim or appeal their decision. When a health plan conducts a review of an appealed claim, the process is referred to as an "internal appeal." In the event that the plan denies the appeal, the ACA allows for an independent review organization to conduct an "external review" and either uphold the health plan's decision or overturn it. [40]

How to Appeal a Denied Claim

Before beginning a formal appeal process, you should first do the following:

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