The Early Intensive Developmental and Behavioral Intervention (EIDBI) Benefit is a Minnesota Health Care Program for people who:
If a person receives other Medicaid-funded services (e.g., personal care assistance (PCA), home and community-based waivers, etc.), he or she also may be eligible to receive EIDBI services.
This policy guide provides EIDBI policy information such as:
The MHCP Provider Manual also includes important information for EIDBI providers.
For information that applies to all Minnesota Health Care Programs (MHCP) providers, see MHCP Provider Manual – Provider basics.
For EIDBI-specific provider enrollment, billing and authorization information, see MHCP Provider Manual – EIDBI.
We will announce updates to the policy manual:
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The MHCP Provider list includes multiple topics. We will announce EIDBI policy manual updates via the following topics:
To subscribe to the MHCP Provider list and choose topics, see MHCP Provider email lists.
For policy or clinical questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org
For provider enrollment, billing procedures and fee-for-service coverage policies, contact the MHCP Provider Call Center. See MHCP enrolled providers – contact information.Report/Rate this page