More than 40 states now mandate coverage of applied behavior analysis (ABA) services for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) from most insurance companies, including publically funded plans. Insurance companies have very clear parameters regarding the number of sessions and maximum benefits approved as well as what is required for authorizations. Moreover, many funding sources dictate what are considered acceptable and unacceptable skill domains for inclusion on treatment plans. As practitioners, while navigating these benefits can be daunting, our most critical task and responsibility is the provision of the highest quality of clinical care with the best outcome. This panel will discuss the topic and viable solutions within behavioral frameworks including strategies to ensure clinical integrity of programming, meet clinical prescription, maximize potential benefits of insurance coverage, ensure skilled direct service staff, and maintain the highest quality of supervision standards. Sufficient time will be provided for discussion with the audience.