Laboratories may ask for a hearing to contest certain CMS-imposed sanctions before an administrative law judge and may appeal a judge's decision to the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Departmental Appeals Board ([section]493.
What does DAB stand for?
DAB stands for Departmental Appeals Board
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- Data Acquisition Bus
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- Dead and Buried
- Deaf and Blind
- Defense Acquisition Board
- Defense Advisory Board
- Delayed Action Bomb (band)
- Democratic Alliance for the Betterment and Progress of Hong Kong (political party, Hong Kong SAR, China)
- Democratic Alliance of Burma
- Democrats Abroad Belgium
- Derbyshire Association for the Blind
- Destroyer Advisory Board (US Navy)
- Deutsches Apothekerbuch
- Deutsches Arzneibuch (medicine)
- Development Advisory Board
- Development Appeal Board (Canada)
- Diaminobenzidinetetrahydrochloride (peroxidase substrate)
- Dictionary of American Biography
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The bill codifies the Departmental Appeals Board by establishing new timelines and procedures for the administrative review of disallowances of federal financial participation under Medicaid.
An Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) upheld the "immediate jeopardy" findings, and the Departmental Appeals Board (DAB) affirmed the ALJ's decision.
The HHS Departmental Appeals Board has described the DRP as one of the Federal Government's most successful and cost-effective program applications of alternative dispute resolution.
Department of Health and Human Services and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services regarding proposals to revise procedures for the Departmental Appeals Board and restrictions to case management and targeted case management.
Under the proposed system, an administrative law judge would review appeals of local coverage decisions, whereas a Health and Human Services departmental appeals board would review national decisions.