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How to file a grievance or appeal

If you have a grievance or appeal related to your Florida Medicaid plan or any aspect of your care, we want to hear about it and see how we can help.

Appeal vs. Grievance

If you do not agree with a decision that your plan has made about your benefits, you can request an appeal. An appeal is a request for Humana to reconsider its decision. You must file an appeal within 60 days of the decision. Appeals may take up to 30 days to process.

A grievance is a formal complaint or dispute expressing dissatisfaction with any aspect of the operations, activities or behavior of Humana or its providers. It does not involve decisions by Humana that are subject to an appeal, as outlined above. Grievances may take up to 90 days to process.

If you need an expedited appeal or grievance process, contact Humana Medical Plan Customer Care.

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Filing a grievance or appeal

You will need to submit a grievance or appeal form to tell us what happened. Please provide as much information as you can so we can help resolve your issue.

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You will need these things to get started:

  • Your name, member ID, telephone number and address
  • A completed Appointment of Representative form, if you are submitting a complaint or appeal on behalf of a Humana member, or another type of representative form
  • Your service or claim number
  • Your provider name
  • The date of your service
  • The reason you’re submitting the appeal or complaint and what you want to happen
  • Any supporting documentation, like receipts for services, medical records or a letter from your provider that you want to include

Send your completed grievance and appeal form to
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You will receive a letter within 5 days after your appeal or complaint has been received.

Filing on behalf of another member

If you are filing an appeal or grievance on behalf of a member, you need an Appointment of Representative (AOR) form on file with Humana so that you are authorized to work with Humana on the member’s behalf.

You may also use other appropriate legal documentation that shows your authorized representative status (such as power of attorney)

AOR forms are active for one year from the date the form is signed by both the member and the representative, unless revoked.

Download, print and complete the AOR form, found on the Document and Forms page. This form requires a handwritten signature.

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Send your completed form to
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