Category Archives: Blog

Meet Our Expanded Leadership Team Tasked With Enhancing Access to Care and Increasing Efficiency for a Growing Population

Posted by Steven Linowes in nemt, Blog , Care Coordination , Press Release , member stories on 27.May.16 | 0 Comments
LogistiCare works directly with state agencies and health plans in 39 states and the District of Columbia to manage Medicaid and Medicare NEMT programs that provide patients with reliable access to healthcare. In 2015, we managed more than 65 million… Continue Reading Meet Our Expanded Leadership Team Tasked With Enhancing Access to Care and Increasing Efficiency for a Growing Population
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Health Care Researchers Look to LogistiCare for Industry Data Providing Insight and Analytics into Medicaid Expansion Waivers for NEMT

Posted by Steven Linowes in nemt, Affordable Care Act , Balancing Cost with Service , Blog , Care Coordination , Healthcare logistics , Keeping people healthy and safe , Managing Transportation , Medicaid Care Coordination , member stories on 20.May.16 | 0 Comments
Being a thought leader in an industry means playing an active role in how it’s shaped. As the largest non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) manager in the country, we’re often called upon to help researchers and advocates look at trends and… Continue Reading Health Care Researchers Look to LogistiCare for Industry Data Providing Insight and Analytics into Medicaid Expansion Waivers for NEMT
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LogistiCare Earns Nation’s Most Comprehensive URAC Accreditation for Medical Transportation, Healthcare Organizations

Posted by LogistiCare Administrator in nemt, Blog , member stories on 12.May.16 | 0 Comments
LogistiCare recently became the first and only manager of non-emergency medical transportation to earn nationally-recognized URAC accreditation for quality in all of its operations. It’s an accomplishment that is no easy feat. “LogistiCare should be commended for meeting strict quality… Continue Reading LogistiCare Earns Nation’s Most Comprehensive URAC Accreditation for Medical Transportation, Healthcare Organizations
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Delivering Greater Access than Ever Before to New Jersey Medicaid Members

Posted by Steven Linowes in nemt, Blog , member stories on 30.Apr.16 | 0 Comments
In 2009, the New Jersey Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) adopted a broker model to manage healthcare transportation for Medicaid members. States have the option to either manage transportation themselves, allow managed care organizations to manage it for… Continue Reading Delivering Greater Access than Ever Before to New Jersey Medicaid Members
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Our Members Are a Diverse Group

Posted by Steven Linowes in nemt, Blog , Care Coordination , Healthcare logistics , Keeping people healthy and safe , Managing Transportation , Population Health , member stories on 20.Apr.16 | 0 Comments
Now, Members can reach us on their terms When you take a good look at our members across the country, you’ll find that they include a broad range of people. Some are healthy. Some struggle with chronic conditions. Some have… Continue Reading Our Members Are a Diverse Group
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What Does 56 Million Miles Look Like? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Posted by Steven Linowes in nemt, Blog , Care Coordination , Managing Transportation , member stories on 02.Apr.16 | 0 Comments
A visual that puts the distance we drive our members in perspective. Click to enlarge infographic
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Where Do Our NEMT Rides Go? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Posted by Steven Linowes in nemt, Blog , Care Coordination , Healthcare logistics , Keeping people healthy and safe , Managing Transportation , Population Health , member stories on 31.Mar.16 | 0 Comments
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What’s It Like to Have Kidney Disease?

Posted by Steven Linowes in nemt, Blog , Care Coordination , Healthcare logistics , Keeping people healthy and safe , Population Health , member stories on 15.Mar.16 | 0 Comments
When we talk about kidney disease around the office, you’ll often hear that it is no walk in the park. The stories are both heartbreaking and inspiring. A 25 year old is a match for a kidney transplant. A 57… Continue Reading What’s It Like to Have Kidney Disease?
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