Hearing definition

Hearing means an oral hearing and includes a hearing conducted in whole or in part by video link, telephone or other means of instantaneous two-way electronic communication;
Hearing means a contested case hearing subject to OAR 137-003- 0501 to 137-003-0700, which results in a Final Order.
Hearing means the formal process following an action that would terminate, suspend, reduce, or deny a service. This is a formal process required by federal law (42 CFR 431.200-250). A hearing is also known as a Medicaid Fair Hearing, Contested Case Hearing, and Administrative Hearing.

Examples of Hearing in a sentence

  • None of the provisions under the headings: Filing a Due Process Complaint; Due Process Complaint; Model Forms; Resolution Process; Impartial Due Process Hearing; Hearing Rights; and Hearing Decisions (34 CFR §§300.507 through 300.513), can affect your right to file an appeal of the due process hearing decisions with a court of competent jurisdiction.

  • GENERAL INFORMATION2 Additional dental and hearing aid benefits are available for your choice - Hearing Aid Benefit: $250 allowance per device; 1 device per ear; 2 device every 36 months.

  • The manner of such refutation shall be determined by the Hearing Officer.

  • Hearing aids, except as otherwise provided under this Contract, and Medically Necessary cochlear implants may also be covered per Medical Policy.

  • The Hearing Officer may take action based on such default or admission or on any other evidence without further notice to the defaulting party.


More Definitions of Hearing

Hearing means a meeting of at least three neutral members, one of whom is designated or elected to serve as chairman. The hearing shall be conducted pursuant to guidelines established by the Organization Member.
Hearing means an adjudicative proceeding autho- rized by this chapter, or chapters 26.23, 74.20 and 74.20A RCW, conducted under chapter 388-02 WAC and chapter
Hearing means the hearing provided to a licensee or applicant when requesting an appeal of OCCL's decision to place the facility on an enforcement action such as warning of probation, probation, suspension, revocation, or denial. A licensee or applicant may provide evidence to contest the action.