Michigan Office of Administrative Hearings and Rules for Michigan Department of Health and Human Services

The Michigan Office of Administrative Hearings and Rules (MOAHR) was created by EO 2019-06 as a Type 1 Agency within the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA). MOAHR holds administrative hearings for a variety of departments when decisions are contested. The Benefit Services Division (BSD) holds administrative hearings for MDHHS related to Medicaid program eligibility/public assistance and, once enrolled into Medicaid programs, for beneficiaries and providers who are contesting actions taken by MDHHS, their contracted agencies, or managed care entities after internal appeals have been exhausted. MOAHR-BSD receives over 60,000 hearing requests per year regarding numerous Department programs.

Mission Statement

The MOAHR benefit services division mission is excellent customer service in the adjudication of administrative fair hearings. In pursuit of its mission, MOAHR promptly schedules and mails notifications of administrative hearings for persons requesting a hearing. MOAHR for MDHHS issues timely, clear, concise and legally accurate hearing decisions and orders.

 

Administrative Hearings Pamphlet 

The October 2015 Administrative Hearings Pamphlet is available to provide information about the hearings process for Medicaid beneficiaries and Medicaid providers.

Administrative Hearings Forms

Several hearings related forms are accessible below for hearings related to the Medicaid beneficiaries and Medicaid providers. MOAHR forms are made available in Microsoft Word format so they can be downloaded and filled in using a computer. The forms can also be printed out on paper and completed by hand. 
 

Beneficiary Forms

DCH-0092 Request for Hearing-for use in actions taken by MDHHS 

MDHHS-5617 (MAHS) Request for State Fair Hearing-for use in actions taken by Managed Care Organizations

DCH-0093 Request for Withdrawal of Appeal 
 

Provider Forms

DCH-0367 Hearing Summary

DCH-0829 Order Certification

DCH-0646 Forms Requisition  

 

Contact Information: 

Inquiries about the hearings process may be made to the Michigan Office of Administrative Hearings and Rules for Michigan Department of Health and Human Services by calling 517-335-7519.  For Medicaid beneficiaries only a toll free number is available at 1-800-648-3397. The fax number is 517-763-0146. If you prefer to write, the address is: 

MICHIGAN OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS AND RULES
MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
P.O. BOX 30763
LANSING, MI 48909 

 


 

Disclaimer 

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