Driving for LogistiCare means making a difference in the lives of others. Our members recognize all that our drivers do for them: making sure they get to their appointments, helping them get in and out of vehicles, and assisting with their needs. It’s a rewarding job.
Our clients depend on us to build the best non-emergency transportation network possible for our members – and our national network of 5,500+ transportation providers delivers. They are willing to invest in and commit to some of the industry’s most stringent requirements. And they do it because they know they are responsible for helping to improve the health and quality of life for the members they transport. Just read the words one daughter wrote about her mother’s driver below.
“…I have been contracted with LogistiCare since 2013 and I hold them in the highest regard. Their dedication to the providers contracted with them has been exceptional, in addition to their consistency with trip assignments, handling of issues and concerns that may arise and timely payment of my invoices has allowed my company to thrive.”
—Rodney Moser, CJM Transportation, LLC
Why do so many providers prefer working with LogistiCare? We ensure that schedules are filled so they run efficiently and profitably. We’re sensitive to investment needs and we care about their success. Driving with us gives providers access to advanced processes and technology. You don’t have to buy into an expensive GPS system with us, especially if you already have one in use. We’ll integrate you into our systems.
Our GPS and reporting tools make it easier to do business with us. We’ve even created a faster track for submitting claims and receiving payment. Automated reporting helps providers keep track of their credentialing data. Automatic alerts help providers monitor upcoming expiration dates for driver’s license, insurance certificates, and background checks.
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LogistiCare takes a hands-on approach to the credentialing process to ensure compliance with safety and quality standards. This process includes a review of safety compliance procedures, driver and attendant background checks, drug testing, and site visits where vehicle and driver inspections take place.
LogistiCare also has field monitors that conduct spot inspections using tablets to capture date, time, geo‐location, and photographs of every vehicle they inspect. Vehicle information is uploaded directly into our LogistiCAD system and used by our credentialing department to assist in tracking compliance with maintenance schedules, operating conditions, and licensing requirements. Our drivers know they have to be top star ready at every turn.
During the site visit, LogistiCare inspects provider records and vehicles, focusing on adherence, documentation, and commitment to contract standards. The transportation provider must produce:
Once a transportation provider is approved, all personnel must successfully complete specific training and education required by federal regulations within 90 days of contracting with LogistiCare and annually thereafter. LogistiCare does not conduct the mandated training and education programs, but rather provides transportation providers access to current materials as applicable to providing non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) to Medicaid and Medicare members. These materials include but are not limited to:
To access these materials and more please visit the Transportation Provider page on LogistiCare.com and login using the Transportation Provider Login button in the top right to access the Transportation Provider Portal where you can select your state and login to obtain appropriate materials.
As a benefit to our transportation providers, LogistiCare also offers access to driving training programs created by nationally accredited institutions at a fraction of the cost.
On an ongoing basis, providers must demonstrate compliance with set standards for field audits, performance and record keeping, as well as complaint response and reporting. All credentialing information must be current. We help providers achieve this with continuous communication. Clients have peace of mind in knowing that their members are being transported in the safest, most reliable manner possible.
LogistiCare is only as successful as the transportation providers in our network. If our providers are struggling, we help them identify problem areas and find solutions. We’ve built numerous support features into our management model, including paying transportation providers faster than any other manager. We know what it takes. It’s a formula that works – one that delivers benefits for our mutual success and the quality of care for our members. What can you expect from LogistiCare?
Have you thought about giving back to your community by helping those in need? Becoming a LogistiCare community driver gives you a chance to help others by assisting our members in getting to their non-emergency medical appointments.
If you enjoy meeting new people and are considering options for volunteering, become one of our community drivers. You’ll be helping others remain independent, hopeful, and healthier. And we’ll provide you with reimbursement for your services based on your per-trip mileage.
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To learn how to become a transportation provider for LogistiCare’s members, please contact: