You may be able to keep getting your Apple Health program while you appeal. However, to do this, you must make your appeal right away. (See "How Do I Appeal" above.)
If you miss the short deadline to get continued benefits while appealing, you can still appeal, but your coverage will stop during your appeal.
If you get "continued benefits" but lose your appeal, you may be asked to pay something back for the Apple Health for Kids coverage you had during the appeal.
You also can enroll in QHP coverage while your appeal is being decided. Losing your Apple Health gives you a "Special Enrollment Period" to enroll in a QHP. Act fast. This special enrollment period lasts only 60 days from your loss of Apple Health.
It can be complicated to decide if you should pay for QHP coverage and ask for tax credits during your appeal, or risk having to pay for continued Apple Health for Kids coverage if you lose your appeal.
Contact CLEAR for help figuring this out. (See contact info below.)