Introduction

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Welcome to the School-Based Medicaid webpage. We acknowledge that School-Based Medicaid services and billing can be complicated and confusing to understand and implement.  The purpose of this webpage is to provide information, resources, clarification, and training to better help you serve your students with disabilities and support your staff.  This webpage has seven sections:

Introduction – This first section provides a brief overview and describes the organization of this webpage, including contact information.

What’s New – This section includes new information as it becomes available. Check this section frequently to learn about any exciting news or upcoming events.  Information in this section will move into other relevant sections as it ages.

Clarification Form – Use this form to ask questions, seek clarification, or share thoughts and suggestions regarding School-Based Medicaid and/or associated IDAPA rules. Specific details regarding how to use the Clarification Form are described in that section.

Clarifications – Here is where you can learn from each other’s questions. This section contains responses to the questions and issues submitted on Clarification Forms. Clarifications appear in alphabetical order by topic. Consider browsing the Clarifications section before submitting your own Clarification Form because one of your peers may have already asked your question. However, do not hesitate to submit your own Clarification Form if you cannot find an answer to your question or issue in this section.

Trainings – This section includes recordings from webinars, web-based training modules, and associated handouts. As new webinars happen their recordings will be added to this section.

Resource Links – This section includes links to School-Based Medicaid resources.

Resources - This is where you will find the most up-to-date sample documents within the 2017 Idaho Medicaid Guidance Handbook for Educators. Simply use the search bar to find a specific document, search by category, or scroll through the list.

The Department of Health and Welfare, Division of Medicaid, and the State Department of Education come together quarterly in the School-Based Medicaid Advisory Committee. These meetings are necessary to facilitate better communication between school districts (School-Based Medicaid providers), Medicaid policy makers, and the office Medicaid Integrity. This committee meets to address changes in School-Based Medicaid IDAPA rules, discuss audit findings and ways to make practice corrections, and provide clarification to districts on School-Based Medicaid policies and procedures. Quarterly meeting agendas, meeting minutes, and other supporting documents are located in the Documents section of this webpage.

You may address any questions or concerns related to School-Based Medicaid to Angie Williams. We look forward to working with you.

Angie Williams
Alternative Care Coordinator, School Based Services
Bureau of Developmental Disability Services
Idaho Division of Medicaid
208-287-1169
Angie.Williams@dhw.idaho.gov

 


What's New

SCHOOL-BASED MEDICAID ADVISORY COMMITTEE INFORMATION – Don’t forget that you can find agendas, handouts, and minutes from all School-Based Advisory Committee meetings in the Resources section below. They are grouped by meeting date. (Posted April 2018)

INTERAGENCY STUDENT SERVICES SUPPORT COMMITTEE (ISSSC) – The ISSSC is a school-based Medicaid advisory group formed by the governor that includes representatives from the School-Based Medicaid Advisory Committee, legislators, and other professional groups. The ISSSC meets quarterly, in the mornings before the School-Based Medicaid Advisory Committee meets. Since these are public meetings, you are welcome to observe. Agendas, handouts, and minutes from all ISSSC meetings are located in the Resources section below, and are organized by date. (Posted April 2018)

NEW AND IMPROVED - Medicaid Clarification Form REV. Newly posted Clarifications now include the date of posting.  We hope this will make it easier for you to find what you are looking for.  (Posted August 2017; updated April 2018)


Clarification Form

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Use this form to ask questions, seek clarification, or share thoughts and suggestions regarding School-Based Medicaid implementation and/or associated IDAPA rules. Follow the steps below to submit and get a response to your Clarification Form.
1. Download the form.
2. Open the form using Adobe PDF Reader.
3. Complete all fields comprehensively and to the best of your ability.
4. Please “Save As” with your district number and date in the file name. For example: D91 Aug 14 Medicaid Clarification Form.
5. Save the document for your future reference.
6. Send as an e-mail attachment to Angie.Williams@dhw.idaho.gov
7. A written response will be returned to you using your form. You may need to click the View Response at the bottom of page one for the response to be visible.
8. The response to your question/issue/suggestion will be posted to the What’s New section for one month, then added alphabetically to the list of responses under the Clarifications section.
9. If additional action is required, the School-Based Medicaid Advisory Committee will provide additional guidance.

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Clarifications

This Clarifications section includes questions and issues submitted on Clarification Forms and the joint State Department of Education and Department of Health and Welfare responses to those questions and issues.  They are organized by service categories and are searchable.  You will notice that Clarifications may be accessed under more than one category.

Resources

Contact Us

karren streagle, ph.d

Early Childhood/Alternate Assessment Coordinator
Idaho State Department of Education
P.O. Box 83720 Boise, Idaho 83720
208-332-6824
kstreagle@sde.idaho.gov

sde Idaho State Department of Education
650 W. State Street
PO Box 83720
Boise, ID 83720-0027