An appeal is an official request for reconsideration of a previous denial issued by Seven Corners, Inc.
If your claim has been denied, and you’ve received a letter from us explaining why it was denied, you have the option to appeal our decision. You must submit a claim appeal in writing with supporting documentation.
Your claim was processed by analysts who are trained to interpret policy language, and simply disagreeing with our decision is not sufficient to change the denial. You can view the details for the claim denial in our letter along with the reason the claim did not meet the policy requirements.
The following information is provided as a general resource for customers and providers to help you appeal a claim denial.
Call the Customer Service number on your customer ID card. If your concern regarding the denied claim is not resolved through a discussion with our Customer Service Advocate, you may submit a written appeal.
Seven Corners, Inc. must receive your written appeal within the time limit required by the plan you purchased. This time limit is based on the date you were notified of the denial of benefits or services. Please refer to the plan document for this information.
It's important for you to explain why you believe your claim should be paid and provide documents and information to support your appeal.
|If your claim denial letter states the claim was denied due to:||We recommend you submit:|
|A pre-existing condition||Medical records indicating the onset date of the condition|
|Medical records submitted contained an error||Corrected medical records along with a written explanation from the provider for the error|
|A specific exclusion in the policy||Documentation which proves the exclusion does not apply|
Seven Corners, Inc.
PO Box 211760
Eagan, MN 55121 USA
Note: we have a limit of 25MB for attachments. If you have a larger attachment, please send it separately.
Appeal decisions are addressed by Seven Corners, Inc. within 30 days of receipt. We will send appeal decisions to you in writing with a detailed explanation about the decision, as well as any documentation to support the decision.
Providers please note: