42 CFR 102.72 - Sufficient documentation for eligibility and benefits determinations.

§ 102.72 Sufficient documentation for eligibility and benefits determinations.
(a) Eligibility determinations. When the Secretary determines that there is sufficient documentation in the Request Package to conduct an evaluation of a requester's eligibility, he will begin the review to determine whether the requester is eligible. If the Secretary determines that the requester is not eligible, the Secretary will inform the requester (or his or her representative) in writing of the disapproval and the options available to the requester, including reconsideration.
(b) Benefits determinations. If the Secretary determines that the requester is eligible for benefits, he will, after receiving documentation from the requester for a benefits determination, either calculate the amount and types of benefits, as described in subpart I of this part, or request additional documentation in order to calculate the benefits that can be paid (e.g., an Explanation of Benefits from the requester's insurance company if none was provided).
(c) Additional documentation required. At any time after a Request Form has been filed, the Secretary may direct a requester to supplement or amend the Request Package by providing additional information or documentation.

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