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Check Your Case

Please insert your state initials, case number, and case type for up-to-the-minute status and details. Arrow does not apply to HWDRG cases.
Check Your Case
Examples: Need more help?
Appeal:
NJ-123456-AP (State Initials)-(Case Number)-(Case Type)
Quality of Care Complaint:
NJ-123456-QU (State Initials)-(Case Number)-(Case Type)
Appeal
Started
Medical Records
Requested
All Documents
Received
In Clinical
Review
Physician Review
Completed
Financial Liability
Determined
Verbal Notifications
Pending
Case Review
Complete
Reconsider or
QIC Review
Reconsider or QIC
Review Complete
Appeal Started:
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Medical Records Received
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Outcome:
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Liability:
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Complaint Form
Requested
Complaint Form
Received
Medical Records
Requested
Medical Records
Received
In Clinical
Review
Verbal Notifications
Pending
Written
Notifications Sent
Case
Complete
Case Started
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Complaint Form Received
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Medical Records Requested
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Medical Records Received
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Written Notification Sent
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Where can I find my case number? Your intake specialist assigned a case number to you when you first called Livanta. If you are filing a quality of care complaint you may have already received a letter from Livanta and your case number will be printed on it. If you cannot locate your case number, call Livanta’s Medicare HelpLine at .
Why isn't my case showing up? Arrow works for most types of cases filed by Medicare beneficiaries. If you feel this is in error, call Livanta’s Medicare HelpLine at . If you are a healthcare provider, Higher Weight DRG cases and Short Stay Reviews are not accessible through Arrow. Please call to check the status of your Short Stay Reviews.
Please note: Arrow is intended to supplement existing case review processes. It does not replace any processes, including phone notification of decisions. Providers should not discharge patients until they have received verbal notification of the decision from Livanta.