Internal appeal definition

Internal appeal means an internal appeal to the relevant authority in terms of section 74;
Internal appeal means a review by an insurer of an adverse benefit determination made
Internal appeal means a review by an insurer of an adverse benefit determination made by the insurer.

Examples of Internal appeal in a sentence

  • Legal position regulations Internal appeal Article 1.1 Internal Appeals Committee 1.

  • Internal appeal against study progress decisions‌As defined in art.

  • Rule 148 Internal appeal procedures The Member concerned may lodge an internal appeal with the Bureau within two weeks of notification of the penalty imposed by the President.

  • Rule 154 Internal appeal procedures The Member concerned may lodge an internal appeal with the Bureau within two weeks of notification of the penalty imposed by the President.

  • Internal appeal against study progress decisionsAs defined in art.


More Definitions of Internal appeal

Internal appeal means an internal appeal to the relevant authority in terms of
Internal appeal a request by an Enrollee or the Enrollee’s Appeal Representative made to the Contractor for review of an Adverse Action. Inquiry – any oral or written question by an Enrollee to the Contractor’s Enrollee services department regarding an aspect of Contractor operations that does not express dissatisfaction about the Contractor.
Internal appeal means a review by an insurer of an adverse benefit determi- nation made by the insurer.
Internal appeal means an appeal of an adverse benefits determination made by any of the Insureds pursuant to the U.S. Department of Labor's claim procedure regulation, 29C.F.R. 2560.501-1(h) or similar claim procedures under applicable law.
Internal appeal means an internal review by the Medicaid Program of an adverse benefit determination.
Internal appeal means an appeal against the decision of the Information Officer, lodged with the relevant authority;
Internal appeal means an appeal of an adverse benefits determination made by an Insured pursuant to the U.S. Department of Labor’s claim procedure regulation, 29 C.F.R. 2560.503-1(h) or similar claim procedures under applicable law.