Medicaid Information & Resources

The Medicaid School Based Health Services Program is used by the State to generate Medicaid reimbursement for medically related services provided in accordance with an Individual Education Plan (IEP). Schools bill Medicaid directly for services and receive a monthly grant award from the Agency of Education based on the claims submission to Medicaid. The information in this section includes resources, required documentation and manuals to assist school staff in the accurate submission of Medicaid claims.

Medicaid Reinvestment Report: Information & Forms for FY13
Each year, supervisory union's are required to submit two reports related to Medicaid - the Medicaid Reinvestment Report and the Report on Expenditures of School Health Services. These reports are due to the department no later than August 15, 2013. For questions or additional information, contact Nicole Tousignant.

  Manual for School-based Health Services (Medicaid Manual) 
This document is a compilations of information about the School-Based Health Services program. The manual provides information on all aspects of the program, from the state statute that allows schools to bill Medicaid, to instructions and requirements for Medicaid forms and paperwork.

Medicaid Forms
The following documents are the current forms for the School-Based Health Services Program:


Medicaid Resources
The following documents are resources designed to assist the Medicaid clerk in the accurate completion and submission of Medicaid claims:


Special Education School-based Health Services & Medicaid
Nicole Tousignant, Medicaid Program Coordinator
(802) 479-1137

Page Last Updated on March 11, 2014