Certification as an Independent Review Organization; Long-Term Care Benefit Trigger Determinations; Notice 2018-05
[48 Pa.B. 3834]
[Saturday, June 23, 2018]
The act of July 9, 2010 (P.L. 362, No. 51) (Act 51) provides a right to appeal a long-term care insurer's determination that a benefit trigger is not met. See section 1111.1 of The Insurance Company Law of 1921 (40 P.S. § 991.1111a). Under Act 51, an entity must be certified by the Insurance Department (Department) to perform an independent review of benefit trigger determinations.
To be certified, an independent review organization (IRO) must: (a) be certified as an IRO in another state, if the other state requires the IRO to meet substantially similar qualifications as those established by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners; or (b) be certified or approved by the Department. To maintain certification, the IRO shall comply with the Act 51 amendments to the long-term care insurance laws and its representations in its application to the Commonwealth or any other state by which it is certified.
The following organizations are approved by the Department to perform independent reviews of long-term care benefit trigger determinations:
LTCI Independent Eligibility Review Specialists, LLC
1636 North Cedar Crest Boulevard, Suite 107
Allentown, PA 18104
Telephone: (800) 878-9579
Fax: (484) 661-4757
Contact: Stephen R. La Pierre
National Medical Reviews, Inc.
607 Louis Drive, Suite C
Warminster, PA 18974
Telephone: (215) 352-7800
Fax: (215) 352-7801
Contact: J. Kathleen Marcus
MAXIMUS Federal Services, Inc.
3750 Monroe Avenue, Suite 705
Pittsford, NY 14580
Telephone: (545) 348-4357
Fax: (585) 425-5296
Contact: Tamra O. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This notice is updated as of June 5, 2018.
Questions regarding this notice may be directed to Carolyn M. Morris, Director, Bureau of Consumer Services, (717) 783-9862, email@example.com.
JESSICA K. ALTMAN,
[Pa.B. Doc. No. 18-986. Filed for public inspection June 22, 2018, 9:00 a.m.]
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