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LogistiCare Awarded Contract To Continue Managing New Jersey’s Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Management Program

Posted by LogistiCare
in Medicaid, medicare, Awards and Accolades
on Nov 16, 2017 10:30:00 AM
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ATLANTA, GA – LogistiCare, the nation’s largest non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) broker, today announced it was awarded a five-year contract with the New Jersey Department of Human Services (NJ DHS) Division of Medical Assistance and Health Services to continue managing NEMT services for Medicaid-eligible individuals.

“We are committed to being an effective partner to our clients,” said Jeff Felton, LogistiCare CEO. “The New Jersey program is complex because of the wide range of beneficiaries and scale of managing millions of rides for 1.6 million members to and from more than 2,700 medical facilities throughout the state. LogistiCare excels in this type of environment.”

Felton added, “Ninety-four percent of our state clients have chosen to continue or expand their relationship with us after their initial contract term, which is the case in New Jersey.”

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