SBIRT Reimbursement - Select your state
The ability to bill for SBIRT varies from state to state. This digital tool is designed to help you determine whether billing codes are listed on a state’s fee schedule, and, if listed, whether or not they are open for reimbursement (i.e. a billing amount has been assigned to the codes). Click on the state to see the information.
This information is gathered from state Medicaid or other state health department websites. The map was last updated in September, 2017. Because we do not directly survey state Medicaid agencies or agents, data underlying the map should not be considered a primary data source. If more detailed or recent information is desired, users are advised to directly contact the relevant state Medicaid agency for more information on a particular state.
As a companion to this map, consider using the state-by-state billing and financial worksheets developed by the Center for Integrated Health Services.
This map was developed by The Institute for Research, Education and Training in Addictions (IRETA) serving as the
National SBIRT ATTC, a federally funded program.
Special thanks to Rita Adkins, MPA, Joseph G. Grailer, MFA , Mandy R. Lay, BA, and Barbara E. Keehn, BSN, RN from the Missouri Institute of Mental Health for the development of this information.
Please note that the SBIRT Reimbursement Map contains accurate information as of September, 2017. The map is still available but we cannot verify the continued validity of the content. Please contact the relevant state Medicaid agency for more information on a particular state.
If you have trouble clicking on the map, please click on the appropriate state:
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