Documents & Resources
To access the current IDHW SUD Rate Matrix please click here.
To access the current IDOC SUD Rate Matrix please click here.
To access the current IDJC JJ SUD Rate Matrix please click here.
This form is to be completed by Medicaid providers who are NOT in the BPA Health Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Network and who are requesting SUD services not covered by Medicaid. First, your client must call BPA Health at 1(800) 922-3406 and be screened for financial eligibility. Once financial eligibility has been met, please complete and submit this online form for consideration of authorization of services. Any forms submitted prior to funding approval will be denied and you will be required to re-submit a new form after the screening has been completed. For client’s seeking Residential treatment, the clinical assessment and/or ASAM update must be completed prior to reviewing for clinical eligibility. By submitting this form you are attesting that this client is currently receiving substance use disorder treatment from you.
Communication from the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare regarding changes to the SUD Contract can be found here.
To access the current Idaho Supreme Court Rate Matrix please click here.
IDHW Memo sent to IROC MAT Prescribers. Includes a form that outlines the process for prescribers when working with funded clients
BPA Health reviews the Provider Manual annually, at a minimum, incorporating changes since prior version. This document includes a general description of changes since the last manual update and the date of the change. They will be written into the next manual revision. List of updates can be found here.
As of July 1, 2018, amended language to the Waiver of Criminal History and Background Check Denial sections of DBH IDAPA rules has been implemented.
Memo outlining the process for IROC eligible clients to access MAT Prescriber services prior to completion of the GAIN. This process is effective 2/15/18.
Informational card on opioid overdose resuscitation.
FAQ regarding changes in funding and processes for IDOC clients post Medicaid expansion. The FAQ document can be found here.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) Treatment Improvement Protocols (TIPS) are best practice guidelines for the treatment of substance use disorders, with manuals for clinicians, administrators and other service providers. The SAMHSA TIP Series can be found on their website.