My husband found this information on the internet. I'm not sure where though. RNFA.org has lots of info on reimbursement.
All 50 states allow RNFAs the be reimbursed, but 13 states, including
Colorado and Georgia, actually require private insurance companies to
reimburse a RNFA
Oregon House Bill 3329, signed into law July 2005, requires that insurance
companies reimburse RN first assistants (RNFAs). (1) Oregon became the
thirteenth state to require private insurance companies to reimburse RNFAs.
Other states with RNFA reimbursement laws are Colorado, Florida,
Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Rhode
Island, Texas, Washington, and West Virginia. West Virginia requires that
the state medical assistance program (ie, Medicaid) reimburse RNFAs but has
not yet extended that requirement to the private sector.
A CRNFA is an RNFA that is "certified". To become certified you have to have a BSN & 2000 first assist hours. It's something you can do after you get your RNFA. Go to rnfa.org for more details.