On March 14, 2011 at 8:17 PM Pacific Time, southernlady5464 wrote:
I know you are not an insurance lawyer or licensed to practice in TN, but you do have good ideas. And sometimes that's all we need. :)
Right now, I do not know as I have not recieved a denial letter. Usually all I recieve is a notice of the EOB and that is it. To that part, I plan on calling as soon as they open in the morning to ask if I will recieve a denial letter.
Then I will do as Sue told me to do...I am currently trying to find the legal deptartment's phone number. I know they have to have one but they seem to have buried it so well, it has been hard to find. Haven't given up yet, but google hasn't located it yet.
I did go to the cms.gov site (that is the site that oversee's medicare coverage outside of medicare.gov). They coordinate coverage between medicare and medicare advantage.
Any other ideas, let me know, please.
went to Yahoo finance and looked at the names of the high rollers and found the name of someone who was a high roller in the legal department and then probably went to a press release and found a phone number of a live person and then somehow got transfered to the general vicinity of the high roller, but close enough that I was in the right department. (It's been over five years and I was loaded at the time...lol...but that strikes me as one way I would approach that issue.)