Healthcare Executive Joins Largest Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Broker
ATLANTA, GA – LogistiCare, the nation’s largest non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) broker, today announced Matthew Umscheid has joined the company as senior vice president of strategic services. In this newly created position, he will be responsible for developing strategy, partnerships, new products and overseeing mergers and acquisitions.
Umscheid joins LogistiCare from Providence Service Corporation (PRSC), a public healthcare services and workforce development holding company and parent of LogistiCare. As senior vice president of strategic services at PRSC, Umscheid focused on key strategic projects designed to drive shareholder value. Umscheid worked extensively with LogistiCare and Ingeus on projects related to value enhancement efforts.
“Matt is a highly skilled professional. His wealth of expertise in business development, corporate transformations, strategic partnerships and mergers and acquisitions makes him the ideal person for this critical new role in LogistiCare’s evolution,” said CEO Jeff Felton. “Because he is extremely familiar with our company, he will be able to jump right in at the executive level to help us better serve our members’ varied needs with greater efficiency.”