Equity in Reimbursement = Equity in Access – PresenceLearning

School districts nationwide struggle to provide equitable access to high quality therapy services for their students with special needs— especially in under-served areas. Teletherapy (also known as telemedicine and telehealth) brings therapists face-to-face with students online, wherever they are located.

Nearly half of all states and the District of Columbia now allow the reimbursement of school-based SLP, OT, and behavioral and mental health services delivered via teletherapy under Medicaid. Is your state one of them? Check out our map for a guide to reimbursable services, or download our whitepaper for more details.

Additional information may be available for your state.
Click your state to find out more.

Map last updated July 28, 2017. Each state has its own reimbursement guidelines and process. Accordingly, PresenceLearning cannot guarantee that any particular expense will be reimbursed. Please check your state's guidelines before seeking reimbursement.

Key to Medicaid reimbursement for school-based teletherapy services

Medicaid reimbursement available for all teletherapy services provided by PresenceLearning: speech-language pathology (SLP), occupational therapy (OT), and behavioral and mental health (B&MH) services.
Medicaid reimbursement available for SLP plus B&MH services delivered via teletherapy.
Medicaid reimbursement for SLP only.
Teletherapy services are not eligible for Medicaid reimbursement yet.
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