NASB Medicaid Consortium (NASBMC)
The NASB Medicaid Consortium (NASBMC) is a program created by NASB that exists to help Nebraska School Districts and Educational Service Units (ESU) request recoveries on expenses eligible for Medicaid reimbursement.
Federal law authorizes federal grants to be paid to schools and ESUs for a portion of expenditures a school or ESU spends for medical assistance to students. NASBMC helps their members easily submit their Medicaid administrative expenditure claims to receive the allowable federal matching funds. Working closely with the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), the NASBMC ensures that your reimbursed dollars are maximized, with as minimal amount of interference as possible from your daily responsibilities.
The Consortium works with a third party billing service provider to help collect and submit all of the data required by the DHHS for reimbursable claims. If a district becomes a NASBMC member, the third party vendor will work with that district, providing the proper training and documents needed to submit the claims. The third party billing service provider works to ensure that all claims are in full compliance with all of the applicable policies and procedures required by DHHS and the Federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
Currently, there are more than 200 school districts from across the state of Nebraska participating in the NASBMC. For the 2014-2015 school year the consortium assisted in bringing in an excess of $5 million dollars from the Nebraska Medicaid Administrative Claiming (NEBMAC).
For more information on the NASBMC program, please contact
Jon Spatz, NASB Executive Director and CEO of the NASBMC program.
Nebraska Association of School Boards
1311 Stockwell Street | Lincoln, NE 68502
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