RIGHT TO HEARING AND JUDICIAL REVIEW
Sec. 1155. [42 U.S.C. 1320c–4] Any beneficiary who is entitled to benefits under title XVIII, and, subject to section 1154(a)(3)(D), any practitioner or provider, who is dissatisfied with a determination made by a contracting quality improvement organization in conducting its review responsibilities under this part, shall be entitled to a reconsideration of such determination by the reviewing organization. Where the reconsideration is adverse to the beneficiary and where the matter in controversy is $200 or more, such beneficiary shall be entitled to a hearing by the Secretary (to the same extent as beneficiaries under title II are entitled to a hearing by the Commissioner of Social Security under section 205(b)). For purposes of the preceding sentence, subsection (l) of section 205 shall apply, except that any reference in such subsection to the Commissioner of Social Security or the Social Security Administration shall be deemed a reference to the Secretary or the Department of Health and Human Services, respectively. Where the amount in controversy is $2,000 or more, such beneficiary shall be entitled to judicial review of any final decision relating to a reconsideration described in this subsection.
 P.L. 112-40, §261(a)(2)(C), struck out “peer review” and inserted “quality improvement”, applicable to contracts entered into or renewed on or after January 1, 2012.