NBS Fees Report

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State/NBS Program Sort ascending Initial Screen Fee Repeat Screen Fee Second Screen Fee Fee Notes
Wyoming $84 Included in the initial fee Not Provided
Wisconsin $109 Not Provided Not Provided
West Virginia $125 Included in the initial fee Not Provided Initial fee includes a repeat screen fee when applicable.
Washington $84.2 Included in the initial fee $0 Clinic subsidy fee = $8.40 used to support the specialty clinics that provide medical care to babies identified with a newborn screening condition.
Virginia $138 Included in the initial fee Not Provided The Virginia Newborn Screening Program is a fee for service program.
Vermont $203 Included in the initial fee Not Provided Current fee $203.00 implemented 5/1/2019
Utah $125 Included in the initial fee Not Provided
Texas $63.55 $63.55 $63.55
Tennessee $165 Included in the initial fee Not Provided Fees charged for screening support the lab and follow-up activities. Fee is split 2/3rd (lab) and 1/3 (follow-up). Fees support IT, LIMS, Courier, EHDI, and Administration as well. Data on amount spent on these activities are unknown however are covered under the fee.
South Dakota $75 Included in the initial fee Not Provided
South Carolina $127 Included in the initial fee Not Provided NBS Screening fee includes lab and courier services
Rhode Island $162.98 Not Provided Not Provided The initial fee includes dried blood spot, hearing and developmental assessment screening.
Puerto Rico $118 Included in the initial fee Not Provided
Pennsylvania $39.8 Included in the initial fee Not Provided Program is financially responsible for administrative and core condition costs. The fee charged to submitters is for screening of conditions on the PA supplemental panel.
Oregon $80 Included in the initial fee $0 Unable to provide percentages since our breakdown doesn't match this schematic.
Oklahoma $137.28 Included in the initial fee Not Provided
Ohio $74.61 $74.61 Not Provided
North Dakota $109 Included in the initial fee $0
North Carolina $128 Included in the initial fee Not Provided
New York $0 Not Provided Not Provided Because NYS does not charge a fee, the "fee use details" are not applicable.
New Mexico $190 Included in the initial fee Not Provided Initial fee includes the second screen as well as a third NICU screen in applicable
New Jersey $150 Included in the initial fee Not Provided
New Hampshire $146 Not Provided Not Provided
Nevada $81 Included in the initial fee Not Provided
Nebraska $86 Included in the initial fee Not Provided $66.00 of fee covers all initial testing and requested repeats, filter paper, shipping, data management and results reporting. $20 of fee is returned to the State Program to subsidize the metabolic foods and formula program and administrative costs.
Montana $134 $134 Not Provided Only one screen required for most infants. The Wisconsin laboratory bills the Montana lab approximately $35 per screen for their portion of the panel. Costs for courier services are included in the "lab test" category since the Montana lab retains the entire fee but does not provide a cost breakdown.
Missouri $95 $95 Not Provided
Mississippi $110 $110 Not Provided Birthing facilities are billed $110 per screen. If there is poor specimen collection yielding an unacceptable specimen to use, birthing facilities are billed $220.
Minnesota $192 $192 Not Provided $10 goes to MN Hands & Voices and $5 goes to the Deaf Mentor/Adult Role Model program – The NBS program does not receive these dollar amounts for each specimen. This $15 was added to the NBS fee by the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Commission. A small percentage of the fee does support internal LTFU staff, but there is no contracted support with external specialty centers.
Michigan $135.29 $122.6 Not Provided EHDI Fee from purchase of NBS card + CDC/HRSA
Massachusetts $165.26 Included in the initial fee Not Provided
Maryland $106 Included in the initial fee Not Provided Fee is per baby regardless of the number of specimens received
Maine $220 Included in the initial fee Not Provided
Louisiana $30 Not Provided Not Provided
Kentucky $150 Included in the initial fee Not Provided The fee changed from $123 to $150, effective July 1st, 2021.
Kansas $ Included in the initial fee Not Provided No fee collected in Kansas
Iowa $122 Included in the initial fee Not Provided Have requested a fee increase to sustain programming - no approval to move request forward for legislative approval from IDPH admin
Indiana $120 Included in the initial fee Not Provided IDOH contracts with the IU NBS Lab. A portion of each $120 NBS fee stays with the lab. In addition to lab tests, part of the initial short-term follow-up as well as the courier service and other costs the lab incurs (ie IT support, administration, etc) are paid with their portion of the fee. A smaller portion of the NBS fee goes to IDOH for follow-up services for both heel stick and CCHD screens, IT support, and state program management. Significant funding from IDOH is provided to physician consultants for follow-up.
Illinois $128 $128 Not Provided Mandate provides for specimen card fee increase of $2.00 specifically for each lysosomal storage disorder added to the NBS panel.
Idaho $120.7 Included in the initial fee Not Provided Fee for 2 screens required by Idaho law
Hawaii $99 Not Provided Not Provided
Guam $0 Not Provided Not Provided Public Health is not involved with setting fees or collecting them. The hospitals deal with billing and paying for screening.
Georgia $80.4 Not Provided Not Provided GA NBS program does not charge for two repeats when babies are admitted to a NICU. There is no charge for second screens when there is an out-of-range result on the initial screen. There is also no charge to the PCP for second screens when the initial screen from the hospital is Unsatisfactory. Fees go to the state general fund, and are not allocated for newborn screening activities.
Florida $0 Not Provided Not Provided In addition to the hospital fees Florida bills Medicaid and private insurance for screening tests. Hospitals are billed $15 per live birth--not for screening specimens.
District of Columbia $0 Included in the initial fee Not Provided
Delaware $135 Included in the initial fee Not Provided
Connecticut $110 Included in the initial fee Not Provided not applicable since money collected goes into general funds
Colorado $111 Included in the initial fee Not Provided
California $210 Included in the initial fee Not Provided
Arkansas $131 $131 Not Provided Fee is charged for each satisfactory specimen submitted for testing (initial and repeat).
Arizona $36 Included in the initial fee $65
Alaska $159.5 Included in the initial fee Not Provided $100 fee for non-requested repeats.
Alabama $150 Not Provided Not Provided NBS fees go into the General Fund Budget which funds all of the above - percentages for each are not available