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Title 7 . Health and Social Services
Chapter 81 . Electronic and Other Records Containing Behavioral Health Information
Section 200. Request for appeal

7 AAC 81.200. Request for appeal

(a) A provider may appeal the following decisions under 7 AAC 81.210:

(1) ineligibility decision under 7 AAC 81.060(c) ;

(2) disapproval of a provider agreement under 7 AAC 81.060(d) ;

(3) a decision to terminate an agreement under the provisions of the provider agreement.

(b) The provider must submit, within 15 days after receipt of notification of the decision, a written request for appeal to the commissioner. The request must contain the reasons for the appeal and must cite the statute, regulation, or terms of the provider agreement upon which the appeal is based.

(c) The commissioner will review the request for appeal and, within 15 days after receipt of the request, will advise the appellant of acceptance or rejection of the appeal and, if the appeal is rejected, inform the provider of the reason for the rejection.

(d) If the appeal is accepted, the commissioner will

(1) find that the appeal has merit and remedy the problem by whatever means within the commissioner's authority; or

(2) appoint a hearing officer to hear the appeal under 7 AAC 81.210.

History: Eff. 7/21/2002, Register 163; am 6/24/2004, Register 170

Authority: AS 18.05.040

AS 18.08.010

AS 18.08.080

AS 18.25.100

AS 18.28.010

AS 18.28.050

AS 29.60.600

AS 44.29.020

AS 47.05.010

AS 47.20.075

AS 47.20.110

AS 47.27.005

AS 47.27.050

AS 47.30.477

AS 47.30.530

AS 47.37.030

AS 47.37.045

AS 47.40.041

AS 47.40.120

AS 47.80.130


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