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Florida Licensure

In the State of Florida, every practicing dietitian, nutritionist, or nutrition counselor must meet minimum requirements for safe practice. The Dietetics and Nutrition Practice Council is responsible for licensing, monitoring, and educating dietitians, nutritionists, and nutrition counselors to assure competency and safety to practice in Florida.

Learn more at: floridahealth.gov

Payment & Reimbursement for Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT)

No matter where you work, understanding the basics of health care payments and other sources of funding for the services you provide is an asset to every registered dietitian nutritionist.

Contact the FAND Nutrition Services Payment Specialist

In the ever-evolving world of coverage and payment for nutrition services, the FAND Nutrition Services Payment Specialist provides additional support and serves as a valuable resource for Florida members. If you have questions that are state-specific or pertain to an area of focus, contact the FAND Nutrition Services Payment Specialist.

Reimbursement Resources

There are many helpful resources to assist you with learning more about the billing and payment process for nutrition services.

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National Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Resources

The National Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics offers a comprehensive section on Payments and Reimbursements. The following topis are covered:

  • Health Insurance and Other Sources of Funding
  • Healthcare Insurance Benefits and Payment for MNT and Nutrition Services
  • Coding and Billing Resources
  • Medicare Resources
  • HIPAA and Other Regulations
  • Updates on changes in health care delivery and payment


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