See below for information about Maine school based Medicaid, including coverage, eligibility, and billing. Also, discover how to bring Relay to Maine!Schedule Research Meeting
• Physical Therapy
• Occupational Therapy
• Speech Therapy
• Behavioral Health
• Rehabilitative and Community Support Services
• Nursing Services
• Medical Evaluations
• Specialized Transportation
To be eligible, Medicaid school-based health services, be “medically necessary” and listed on a student’s Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) or Individual Education Plan (IEP). The billing providers are Local Education Agencies (LEAs) or an enrolled MaineCare provider who has contracted with a school to provide services. Individual rendering providers may enroll separately into Medicaid but are only required to if they are a contract employee with a billing provider.
Modifiers on Procedure Codes
Free Care Expansion
Not yet taken action on Medicaid expansion in schools.
Contact us to enquire about bringing Relay to Maine or fill out a quick market research survey to see if we can ensure sustainable success.
Before we start working with a new district, we schedule research meetings to make sure there is strategic alignment between Relay, the district, and the state to ensure that your return on investment is sustainable and substantial. Using the framework below, we will assess the benefits in each category.
Please fill out the form below if you are interested in talking to one of our team members about bringing Relay to your state. We will aim to answer all requests as soon as possible.
*This information is based upon review of publicly available documents as of 2021 and is subject to change at any time. This information should not be considered as legal or compliance advice. Contact individual states or Relay to verify Medicaid program requirements.
Healthy Students Promising Futureshttps://healthystudentspromisingfutures.org/map-school-medicaid-programs/#0
Healthy Students, Promising Futures “Free Care” Rule:https://healthystudentspromisingfutures.org/free-care-rule/