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Settings for EIDBI services

Page posted: 2/17/17

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Legal authority

Minn. Stat. §256B.0949

Overview

A person may receive EIDBI services in:

  • • Center
  • • Clinic
  • • Community environment
  • • His or her home
  • • Office.
  • For information about each setting, see the sections below.

    Center

    A center is a setting where EIDBI services are provided. A center:

  • • Is not a private residence, clinic or hospital
  • • Follows basic best practice for business health and safety standards.
  • Clinic

    A clinic is a setting where diagnostic, outpatient and/ or EIDBI services are provided. A clinic:

  • • Is not a private residence
  • • Follows basic best practice for business health and safety standards.
  • Community environment

    Examples of community environments include parks, shopping centers, schools, museums, etc.

    A person may receive EIDBI services in a community environment to:

  • • Promote generalization of skills as indicated in the individual treatment plan (ITP)
  • • Work toward specific goals that require a public setting.
  • When billing for an EIDBI service provided in a community environment, the provider:

  • • Selects “home” on the claim as the place of service and documents the specific community location in the notes field
  • Identifies the community location in the person’s case notes.
  • Home

    A home is the primary residence of the person who receives EIDBI services.

    Office

    An office is s a setting where administrative tasks are performed and/ or diagnostic services are provided. An office:

  • • Is not a private residence, clinic or hospital
  • • Follows basic best practice for business health and safety standards.
  • Documentation

    In the person’s ITP, the qualified supervising professional (QSP) must document the settings where the person will receive EIDBI services.

    If the person will receive EIDBI services in a community environment(s), the QSP must also describe it and justify its use in the ITP, either in the goals and objectives, or other narrative sections.

    Additional resources

    EIDBI – EIDBI services
    EIDBI – Health service records

    EIDBI – Individual treatment plan (ITP) development and progress monitoring

    EIDBI – Travel time

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