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What Makes a Transport Van ADA Compliant?

For people in wheelchairs, getting to their medical appointments can quickly become complicated without access to suitable medical transportation. Finding vans that meet their unique needs becomes a significant component of figuring out how they will get around on a daily basis. Thanks to the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1991, accessibility standards were put… read more

How Can Digitally Integrated Transportation Networks Help?

As people begin to explore the different options available to them for non-emergency medical transportation, they have to be mindful of the choices they make. With the potential for missed appointments, miscommunication, and skyrocketing costs, picking the right ambulette transportation service can make the difference in how you get to your next appointment. Choosing a… read more

What Does the Future Hold for Healthcare Transportation?

A man in a wheelchair on a lift for an NEMT van

Safe, Specialized Mobility for Those Who Require It As an increasing number of Americans become seniors, and specialty treatments for people who are disabled offer increasing promise, the demand for easy non-emergency medical transportation, or NEMT, is rising. This point-to-point service allows patients to plan trips to the doctor for procedures such as dialysis and… read more

How Non-Emergency Medical Transport Can Improve Health Outcomes for Dialysis Patients

  Keeping medical appointments proves very important in ensuring good outcomes for patients with chronic issues, such as renal disease, that require kidney dialysis. In fact, per a 2015 study on the cost-benefit analysis of non-emergency medical transportation completed by the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine, an estimated 3.6 million patients in the… read more

Fighting the High Cost of Dialysis Transportation With Ambulettes

The costs of transporting end-stage renal disease (ESRD) patients to dialysis centers are high and snowballing. Recent studies reveal that substantial cost savings could be achieved if medically appropriate transport covered by Medicare was made available. Notably, a Medical Transportation Access Coalition (MTAC) survey also confirms that Medicaid non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) can be a… read more