New Jersey used an incorrect method to calculate Medicaid reimbursements for services provided to students with disabilities, according to a federal audit, but the state disputes that claim.
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November 29, 2017
July 11, 2017
Members of the Council for Exceptional Children and the Council for Administrators of Special Education want Congress to preserve Medicaid and allocate more money for special education and gifted education.
August 25, 2014
New York State and the New York City school district tightened up Medicaid reimbursement rules in the wake of a record-setting settlement in 2009, but now the city is missing out on money it deserves, according to the city comptroller.
February 12, 2013
Districts will no longer have to ask for parental consent each time they seek reimbursement for therapy services they provide.
June 29, 2012
Erasing lifetime limits on coverage and prohibiting companies from denying coverage for a preexisting condition are especially important for children and adults with disabilities.
December 05, 2011
The federal Education Department's Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services has proposed changes to rules about Medicaid paperwork to make things easier on schools.
December 14, 2009
Children covered by the program were given the drugs at a rate four times higher than for children with private insurance.
April 25, 2008
The House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly on Wednesday to put a hold on new Medicaid rules that would prevent schools from being reimbursed for providing certain services on behalf of some students with disabilities. But the Senate Republican leadership is urging its colleagues to reject the...
January 25, 2008
It's safe to say that school organizations are still stung by a federal decision made in December to stop reimbursing schools for some of the services schools provide to students with disabilities. (See my last story on this topic here.) When schools offer programs like speech or occupational thera...