Family and Children's Medicaid MA-3430 NOTICE AND HEARINGS PROCESS
II. POLICY PRINCIPLES
A. An a/b has the right to a written notice when:
B. An a/b has the right to appeal an action if he disagrees with the county dss' decision.
C. In certain situations, an a/b has the right to have his benefits continued until a hearing decision is rendered.
REVISED 10/01/11- CHANGE NO. 17-11
D. A local hearing must be held at the county dss for all appeals, except for those involving a determination of disability. For appeals involving disability issues, including terminations at the end of ex parte reviews when the recipient claims he is still disabled, request a state hearing.
E. An a/b has a right to a State hearing if he disagrees with the county dss local appeal decision, or if the appeal involves a determination of disability. The right to a state hearing includes instances where presumptive SSI benefits have ended, no disability determination has been made and an ex parte review determines that the individual is not eligible in any other aid program category.