Resources for Medicaid Autism BHT/ABA Service Providers
- 2017 Medicaid PIHP Autism Training Calendar
- ABA policy provider FAQs
- ADOS-2 Evaluation Algorithms
- BHT/ABA Services PowerPoint
- BHT/ABA Services Qualified Providers
- Behavior Technician Training Requirements Crosswalk
- CMS Autism Services FAQ September 2014
- CMS Autism Services Informational Bulletin July 2014
- Glossary of Terms and Acronyms
- MSA Bulletin 15-59 EPSDT Autism coverage
- MSA Bulletin 16-23
- Medicaid Procedural Codes/Provider Qualification Chart
- Medicaid Provider Manual
- WSA User Sign In
Resources Developed by the Michigan Autism Council
- CMH Referral and Assessment Process
Defines steps for referral and service within the Early On®, CMH, and special education systems.
- Collaboration Matrix
Consideration and guiding questions to enhance collaboration and specific examples of collaborative opportunities in the areas of evaluation, eligibility, and the intervention service plan.
- Early Childhood Resources
These documents are available for families and providers working with families to assist with referral and services following initial identification of ASD. The PowerPoint slides may be used in presentations to share information about the Provider guide and After identification documents.
- Education-Based Evaluations for Autism Spectrum Disorder
This document provides guidance to schools to develop evaluation processes that ensure accurate eligibility recommendations, improve agency collaboration to reduce duplication, ensure a seamless process for families, and provide relevant information to inform the individualized education program process.
- Guide for Insurance Representative Communications
A parent tool to use to support conversations with insurance company representatives.
- Initiating Medicaid and MIChild Autism Benefit for ABA Services
A process pathway to understand eligibility and ABA service initiation as part of the Medicaid and MIChild Autism Benefit.
- Referral Guide for Primary Care Physicians
Pathway to assist physicians in the referral process following a positive result of surveillance or screening for ASD.
- Secondary Transition Recommendations for Educators and Families Recommendations for educators and parents for programming in secondary education, which may promote improved outcomes for individuals with ASD.