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Oregon Administrative Rules and supplemental information administered by the Health Systems Division.

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The SBHS rules define Oregon’s fee-for-service program to reimburse publicly funded education agencies for health services provided under the IDEA to Oregon’s Medicaid-eligible children. The SBHS rules are also a user’s manual designed to assist the Education Agency (EA) in matching state and federal funds for Oregon’s Medicaid-eligible students with disabilities.

Current Oregon Administrative Rules

Please refer to the Oregon Secretary of State website. OHA no longer maintains the administrative rulebooks.

  • Click the program name, then click the rule you want to view.
  • The current rule will display. To view previous revisions of the rule, click the revision date(s) at the bottom of the rule page. Revisions are available back to 2017.
  • If you need older revisions, please email
  • If you have problems accessing older revisions not available on the SOS website, please email

Recent Rule Filings

Supplemental Information and Guidelines



Policy Quick Links

Rules and Guidelines by Program

Temporary Rule Filings

Permanent Rule Filings

Notices of Proposed Rulemaking

SBHS Quick Links

February 2024 State and Federal Updates:

Medicaid in Education page - List of resources from the Oregon Department of Education (ODE)


Occupational Therapy

Physical Therapy

Medicaid Leveraging

Nurse Staffing in Oregon Schools

State Rules

The SBHS rules are to be used in conjunction with:

General Rules (OAR 410 Division 120);

Oregon Health Plan Rules (OAR 410 Division 141); and

Oregon Department of Education Special Education rules - Outline Oregon’s program to meet the federal provisions of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Includes consent requirement under the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) to share information.

Federal Regulations

Code of Federal Regulations – Title 34 contains Education regulations; Title 42 (Public Health) lists Medicaid-eligible services.

Federal Guidance

Comprehensive Guide to Medicaid Services and Administrative Claiming

Other Resources

Local Match Rates page for current match rates and related information.

Provider enrollment forms for School Medical providers

Who to Call for Help

Provider Services

 800-336-6016 or  email us

 Address and telephone contacts

Jennifer Smith
Operations and Policy Analyst
Health Systems Division

Lasa Baxter
Contracted Operations Analyst
InterMountain Education Service District