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A coverage determination is the initial decision we make about your coverage or payment for a prescription drug request. An organization determination is the initial decision we make about your coverage or payment for medical services.
With these decisions, we inform you whether we’ll provide the care or services you request (a pre-service decision), or pay for a service you’ve already received.
We make determinations based only on the appropriateness of care and service and the existence of coverage. We don’t specifically reward practitioners or other individuals conducting utilization review for issuing denials of coverage or service. Furthermore, we don’t offer financial incentives to encourage inappropriate underutilization of covered services.
There are different rules for coverage determinations depending on whether you’re requesting coverage for prescription drugs or medical services.
If our initial decision is to deny your request (also called an adverse coverage determination), you can file an appeal.
If you or your doctor requests coverage for medical services, we must make a decision within 14 calendar days for a standard request.
If you or your doctor thinks waiting for a standard decision could seriously harm your health or ability to function, you can request an expedited or “fast” decision. We must respond to your request for a fast decision within 72 hours.
If you or your doctor requests coverage for a Medicare Part D prescription drug, we must make a decision within 72 hours for a standard request.
If you or your doctor thinks waiting for a standard decision could seriously harm your health or ability to function, you can request an expedited or "fast" decision. We must respond to your request for a fast decision with 24 hours.
You’re asking for an initial decision about prescription drug benefits if you:
Use the Medicare Part D Coverage Determination Request Form (PDF) to request prior authorization for a drug list drug, a formulary exception or a tiering exception. You must have Adobe Reader to download PDF files. Download Adobe Reader for free.
Send the completed form, with appropriate documentation of medical necessity, to:Health Alliance Plan
Fax: (313) 664-8045
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CMS Approved: 6/26/2017
Last Update: 6/21/2017
HAP Senior Plus HMO, HMO-POS, and PPO are health plans with a Medicare contract. Enrollment in these plans depends on contract renewal. HAP Senior Plus PPO is a product of Alliance Health and Life Insurance Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of HAP. Alliance Medicare Supplement is a product of Alliance Health and Life Insurance Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of HAP.
This information is not a complete description of benefits. Contact the plan for more information. Limitations, copayments, and restrictions may apply. Benefits, premiums, and/or copayments/coinsurance may change on January 1 of each year. You must continue to pay your Medicare Part B premium. The formulary, pharmacy network, and/or provider network may change at any time. You will receive notice when necessary.
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