In Texas, it is written in our Provider Manual which is available on our Texas Medicaid website. I have worked in several states and have never seen a Medicaid program that allows billing for non-covered services without a waiver, and some do not not even allow waivers.
I would try calling the provider services or provider education department to see if they can give you the info in writing. Also, there might be a local provider representative for your region that could give you the info in writing as well.
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