Practical Tips for Arguing Your Case Before Administrative Law Judges (ALJs)
April 16, 2014
presented by Senior Attorney Mary Ashkar and Senior Attorney Terry Berthelot
The purpose of this webinar is to review the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) hearing process and to provide practical tips for presenting a case in a concise and persuasive fashion. Guidance and advice will also be given to help respond to a number of challenges in the process to maximize your chances of presenting a convincing case. The webinar will be useful for attorneys, providers or suppliers, and beneficiaries representing themselves in a Medicare appeal. Specific areas that will be covered include:
- Pre-hearing Procedures
- Requesting an ALJ hearing;
- Receiving and responding to the Notice of Hearing;
- Communicating with the ALJ;
- Developing the case and submitting information for the hearing;
- Receiving and reviewing the exhibit list.
- Hearing Procedures
- Presenting the evidence to the ALJ;
- Using witnesses to help your argument.
- Post-hearing Procedures
- Keeping the record open to submit additional evidence
- Receiving the written decision from the ALJ
- Requesting a Medicare Appeals Council Review
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