Q & A Corner - Issue #41

NASET Q & A Corner

Questions and Answers on Related Third Party Payments and Special Education Services

Introduction

School districts work with public assistance programs, such as Medicaid, to pay for some IEP service costs. In addition, IDEIA outlines how schools can bill the parents' private health insurance if they consent. Payments for IEP services received by the school system from these sources are third party payments. Examples of third party payors include Medicaid and the parents' private insurance company.

The focus of this issue of NASET's Q & A Corner is to address questions related third party payments and special education services.

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