Meet SEEC: Relay’s School-Based Medicaid Billing Partner!

South East Education Cooperative’s (SEEC) School-Based Medicaid Consortium works with special education units across North Dakota to access available federal reimbursement dollars for medically necessary services provided to students as specified in their Individualized Education Plan or IEP.

North Dakota School Medicaid Coverage

Physical Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Speech Therapy


Behavioral Health

Nursing Services


Applied Behavioral Analysis Services

Eligibility & Billing in North Dakota

Medically necessary services provided both on and off an IEP are covered in schools when provided to Medicaid-eligible children on date of service with also having met all other requirements for the services and provider qualifications. The billing providers are the Special Education units, individual school districts, and at times regional education associations. Both group agencies and individual providers are required to enroll as a ND Medicaid provider following all requirements and regulations.

About North Dakota School Medicaid

About SEEC

SEEC advocates for school-based Medicaid at the state level, and provides training, technical assistance, resources, and tools to create an effective program within the unit.

It includes Relay’s Medicaid claiming software to effectively and efficiently record, submit, and review claims for reimbursement.

  • North Dakota Medicaid expert as point of contact
  • Training and best practices to guide special education units
  • ND Medicaid enrollment assistance
  • User friendly software
  • Streamlined processes
  • Compliance and audit resources
  • Claims tracking system


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 Futures “Free Care” Rule

Healthy Students, Promising Futures Map: School Medicaid Programs: