Medicaid

The Medicaid SBS Program

Michigan's School Based Services (SBS) program has its legal basis in the 1988 amendment to the Social Security Act [42USC1396 b(c)]. This Act allows for partial reimbursement to schools for health services.

What The SBS Program Provides

In Michigan, the Medicaid School Based Services program provides partial reimbursement for services such as Occupational therapy, Physical therapy, Speech therapy, Psychological services, Social work services, Orientation and mobility services, Transportation, Nursing services, Case management and Assistive technology services.

To learn more:

 

Parent/Guardian Consent to Share Student Information

 

Random Moment Time Studies

The Medicaid Random Moment Time Study (RMTS) is a process used by the State of Michigan to help determine the cost of providing services to students in schools.  ISDs must participate as part of the School-Based Services reimbursement program.

 

TIENet Users Manual

 

Supervision Set Up In TIENet

 

Provider Information Packets (Including examples of service logs and monthly summaries)

 

Physical Therapy Prescription Information

 

Program Contacts

Dr. Jennifer Scott-Burton
Executive Director, Special Education
734-994-8100 x1543
jburton@washtenawisd.org

Lana Stiebe
Technical Assistant
734-994-8100 x1548
lstiebe@washtenawisd.org

Ana Alas
Technical Assistant
734-994-8100 x1556
aalas@washtenawisd.org