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SBAP Funding Procedures
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Carlisle Recently Jump Started their SBAP Billing ProgramMay 2010Added 1 FTE – Dedicated Access Billing CoordinatorUpdated Leader Services Software SetupBilling Form/File ManagementJune 2011Revenues increased > $100,000Year 1
Carlisle Area School District
Special Ed – 15.5% population
of that: 32.2 % MA Eligible
30% Free & Reduced Lunch
Spec Ed Budget $7m
+ Pupil Health $5m
How did we do it?
YEAR 3 GOAL: $300,000
SBAP affords schools the opportunity to receive federal Medicaid funds for providing certain health-related services to special education students who are enrolled in the MA Program.
The program began in 1992 and is jointly operated by the PA Department of Education (PDE) and Department of Public Welfare (DPW).
Currently, over 600 schools participate.
Orientation and Mobility
Personal Care Assistant
Teacher of Hearing Impaired
For the 2010-2011 school year:
Total = $145,233,580
Teacher of HI$2,925,027
Considerations for participation
In meeting students’ educational needs, LEA staff members often find themselves delivering services that help ensure students are healthy and ready and able to learn.
The school setting provides an opportunity to enroll potentially eligible children in the MA Program or to assist children and their families who are already enrolled to access the MA services that are available to them.
ACP allows LEAs to receive federal Medicaid funds in addition to the School-Based ACCESS Program(direct services revenue).
Federal matching funds are available for certain administrative activities that are in support of the state’s Medicaid program.
Participating LEAs must also participate in the Direct Services Program.
Currently, over 150 schools participate.
One-week quarterly time studies held three times per year capture staff time.
The time study must:
Examples of administrative claimable activities:
Total = $15,854,750