IDEA 2004: Building the Legacy
Part C (birth - 2 years old)
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Concerning the commenter’s concern that personally
identifiable information would be disclosed to private insurers without consent, we recognize that the filing of claims for early intervention services may reveal limited personally identifiable information not already disclosed
to the insurer, but on balance, it is the Department’s
position that this disclosure is necessary in this limited circumstance to implement the requirements of sections 632(4)(B) and 640 of the Act.
Changes: We have clarified §303.520(b)(2) by moving the
phrase “the use of private health insurance to pay for Part
C services cannot” to each of §303.520(b)(2)(i), (b)(2)
(ii), and (b)(2)(iii). We also have replaced the word “or”
that appears at the end of §303.520(b)(2)(ii) with the word
“and”. Finally, we have added the phrase “expressly
provides” to the introductory text of §303.520(b)(2).
Inability to pay (§303.520(c))
Discussion: Proposed §303.520(b)(1)(iv) should have
applied to both the use of public insurance and benefits
and private insurance for payment for services. We have
removed proposed §303.520(b)(1)(iv), and added a new
§303.520(c) to reflect the requirement that the inability
to pay provisions in this section apply to both the use of