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Overview of EIDBI providers

Date posted: 6/18/15

Date reviewed: 2/17/17

Date updated: 7/10/18

Legal authority

CMS-approved state plan amendment (PDF), Minn. Stat. §256B.0949,

Provider types

There are five EIDBI provider types:

Each provider type has different qualifications, roles and responsibilities during EIDBI service delivery. For more information, see the provider-specific pages, which you can access via the links above.

MHCP-enrollment

Every individual provider must enroll with Minnesota Health Care Programs (MHCP) in order to deliver EIDBI services. For enrollment information, see MHCP Provider Manual – EIDBI provider enrollment.

Clinical supervision

All Level I, II and III providers must deliver EIDBI services under the clinical supervision of a QSP. For more information, see EIDBI – Clinical supervision.

Provider shortage

Across Minnesota and the nation, communities are experiencing a shortage of qualified healthcare providers. The provider shortage particularly affects rural areas. There is currently a shortage of EIDBI providers, which might delay or prevent people's ability to access and receive EIDBI services.

To learn about what Minnesota is doing to build provider capacity, visit DHS – Building EIDBI provider capacity.

Service authorization and billing

For authorization and billing information, including provider and service limits, see:

Additional resources

EIDBI – EIDBI services
EIDBI – Clinical supervision

MHCP Provider Manual – EIDBI provider enrollment

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