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Organizational Chart

The Office of Medicare Hearings and Appeals is a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).  OMHA reports directly to the Secretary of HHS.  OMHA administers the nationwide Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) hearing program for appeals arising from individual claims for Medicare coverage and payment under Medicare Parts A, B, C and D, as well as appeals arising from claims for entitlement to Medicare benefits and disputes of premium surcharges.

The Chief Administrative Law Judge leads the agency, which consists of six field offices and a headquarters office.  The Chief Administrative Law Judge is supported by the Deputy Chief Administrative Law Judge and two offices: the Office of Programs and the Office of Operations.  An Associate Chief Administrative Law Judge oversees the Administrative Law Judges in each field office and works under the direction of the Deputy Chief Administrative Law Judge.

  • Chief Administrative Law Judge
    • Office of Programs
      • Budget and Financial Management Division
      • Information Management and Systems Division
      • Program Evaluation and Policy Division
      • Executive Support and Resources Division
    • Deputy Chief Administrative Law Judge
      • Arlington Field Office
      • Cleveland Field Office
      • Irvine Field Office
      • Kansas City Field Office
      • Miami Field Office
      • Seattle Field Office
    • Office of Operations
      • Field Operations Division
      • Central Operations Division



Content created by Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs (ASPA)
Content last reviewed on June 29, 2016