General Laws of Massachusetts - Chapter 118H Commonwealth Care Health Insurance Program - Section 4 Right of residents to apply for program, to receive written determination detailing denial of eligibility and to appeal any payments

[ Text of section effective until January 1, 2014. Repealed by 2013, 35, Sec. 35. See 2013, 35, Sec. 104.]

  Section 4. All residents shall have the right to apply for the program established by this chapter, the right to receive written determination detailing denial of eligibility, and the right to appeal any eligibility decision, provided such appeal is conducted pursuant to the process established by the board of the commonwealth health insurance connector, established by chapter 176Q. Applicants for said program shall be eligible for subsequent appeals subject to chapter 30A. Notwithstanding any general or special law to the contrary, all eligible individuals on whose behalf premium assistance payments are made, including those enrolled in plans offered by Medicaid managed care organizations referenced in section 28 of chapter 47 of the acts of 1997 shall under this section be entitled to consumer protections as described in chapter 176O.

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