This entry is a collection of resources concerning non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) for medicaid patients. The resources focus on the current situation of challenging economic times and on what health care reform means for medical transportation.
Community Transportation Association of America
NRC Capitol Clips explains health care reform and its ramifications for medical transportation in an ongoing series of postings.
The State of Non-Emergency Medical Transportation: A Community Transportation Magazine Essay delves into the history of Medicaid transportation, where it stands now, and how to approach the challenges that health care reform legislation is bringing to NEMT.
Policy Options to Improve Specialized Transportation, a report from AARP’s Public Policy Institute, offered not only options, but what funding and realities presently affect the delivery of specialized transportation.
Taxi, Limousine and Paratransit Association
TLPA released Non-Emergency Medicaid Transportation: How to Maximize Safety and Cost Effectiveness through Better Use of Private For-Hire Vehicle Operators. The report provided an excellent explanation of what coordination provides and what models of non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) existed throughout the country.