WAC 182-526-0105

Effective February 1, 2013

WAC 182-526-0105 Required information for requesting a hearing.

  1. The hearing request must contain enough information to identify the person or entity requesting the hearing and the health care authority action. The request should include:

    1. The requestor's name, address, and telephone number;
    2. The client identification or case number, contract number, or any other information that identifies the case or the program involved; 
    3. A brief explanation of why the person or entity disagrees with the HCA action; and
    4. Any assistance needed to participate in the hearing, including a foreign or sign language interpreter or any other accommodation for an individual with a disability.

  2. The person or entity requesting the hearing should also refer to a program's specific rules or the notice to determine if additional information is required in the request for a hearing.

  3. The office of administrative hearings (OAH) may not be able to process the hearing request if it cannot identify or locate the person or entity requesting the hearing and determine the HCA action involved.


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