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As the nation’s largest manager of non-emergency medical transportation programs for state governments and managed care organizations, LogistiCare improves care coordination for more than 24 million eligible members and their corresponding providers and hospital networks.

LogistiCare is honored to use resources to help support the State of New Jersey and its residents amid pandemic

Posted by LogistiCare
in Culture of Care, Access to Care, COVID-19
member stories on .Jun.26.20
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During the coronavirus pandemic, LogistiCare has had the privilege of leveraging our transportation services to deliver emergency food supplies to those in need.  We have partnered with the New Jersey Department of Human Services to... Continue Reading LogistiCare is honored to use resources to help support the State of New Jersey and its residents amid pandemic

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A New Era of Mental Health Care? The 21st Century Cures Act Targets the American Psychiatric Crisis & Other Costly Diseases

Posted by Steven Linowes
in Access to Care, Access to mental health care, Affordable Care Act, Balancing Cost with Service, Behavioral Health, Care Coordination, Care Coordination & Logistics, Mental health, Population Health
member stories on .Jun.29.17
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The advancement of mental health care accelerated during President Obama's second term, with the Mental Health Reform Act of 2015, and now with the 21st Century Cures Act. The “Cures Act” is a landmark, bipartisan piece of legislation that... Continue Reading A New Era of Mental Health Care? The 21st Century Cures Act Targets the American Psychiatric Crisis & Other Costly Diseases

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Sometimes We Can Intervene To Help

Posted by Steven Linowes
in Access to Care, Access to mental health care, Affordable Care Act, Balancing Cost with Service, Behavioral Health, Blog, Care Coordination
member stories on .May.29.17
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Greta, like so many of the Medicaid members that LogistiCare serves, has kidney disease and requires dialysis three times a week. She lives in a brownstone in a neighborhood in Baltimore. And she was having trouble. She was missing rides... Continue Reading Sometimes We Can Intervene To Help

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We Understand Families

Posted by Steven Linowes
in NEMT, Featured, Healthcare logistics, Keeping people healthy and safe, Access to Care, Blog, Care Coordination, Managing Transportation, member stories, Non-emergency medical transportation
member stories on .Feb.08.17
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Alan needed to get to the hospital. He had heart disease and he wasn’t doing well. His trip wasn’t urgent, but necessary. When the driver arrived at the house in Florida to pick Alan up, he was promptly met at the door by Alan’s wife. She... Continue Reading We Understand Families

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Making Longer Lives Less of a Struggle

Posted by Steven Linowes
in Access to Care, and disabled care, Blog, Care Coordination, Care Coordination & Logistics, member stories, Staying healthy
member stories on .Jan.27.17
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Thoughtfulness and assistance go a long way. Continue Reading Making Longer Lives Less of a Struggle

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