Handbook for Examining the Effects of Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Brokerages on Transportation Coordination
Posted on February, 12th 2019
Citation: Cherrington, L., Edrington, S., Burkhardt, J., Raphael, D., Collette, P.W., Borders, S., Peterson, R., Dalton, J. and Garrity, R., 2018. Handbook for Examining the Effects of Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Brokerages on Transportation Coordination (No. Project B-44).
Coordination of public transportation with human services transportation helps to reduce costs and duplicative services. The Medicaid program provides individuals with limited incomes with access to healthcare, including non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT). This handbook provides information on NEMT, different models used by states to provide NEMT, and strategies to encourage coordination of NEMT with other transportation services.