Click here to Submit a Health Care Complaint
The Attorney General's Health Care Section was created to address consumer problems and complaints involving health care providers and health insurance companies - intervening in situations where consumers are unfairly denied coverage for medical treatment. Over the past three years the Health Care Section has responded to more than 10,000 consumer complaints, resulting in millions of dollars in savings or refunds for consumers who were denied services or billed for medical services that should have been covered. The First Step - Before Filing a Complaint If you have a problem with your health insurance company or provider, we urge you to take the following steps before contacting the Attorney General's Office.
NOTE: If your health plan is a "managed care plan", you may have certain rights under Act 68. Filing a complaint with the Attorney General may not preserve your appeal rights, pursuant to ACT 68 or Medicare. To preserve your rights, you must file a complaint or grievance appeal directly with your health plan or in conformance with the terms of your coverage. Contacting the Attorney General's Health Care Section If calls or formal complaints to your health care plan or medical service provider do not resolve your problem, we urge you to contact the Attorney General's Office. You can contact the Health Care Section at 1-717-705-6938 on weekdays from 8:30 AM until 5:00 PM. The Section also has a instate toll-free line, 1-877-888-4877.There are two options for submitting health care complaint forms - either an online electronic complaint form or a printable PDF form, which can be downloaded, completed and mailed to our office along with any attachments or supporting information. Click here to file a Health Care Complaint online.Health Care PDF Form All documents related to health care complaints should be sent to the following address: Office of Attorney General Health Care Section 14th Floor, Strawberry Square Harrisburg, PA 17120
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