NEMT and COVID-19
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NEMT and COVID-19

On March 11, 2020 the World Health Organization (WHO) categorized COVID-19 as a pandemic. Initially this seemed to be a virus that affected China, Europe and large metropolitan areas in the United States. Over the next few days, however, the situation changed.  It has spread to all 50 states and significantly altered how people live and interact with each other.  “Sheltering in place” is recommended as necessary to slow the spread of the virus and avoid overwhelming our healthcare system.

by: Gail Bauhs

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TripSpark COVID Updates
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TripSpark COVID Updates

At TripSpark, business continuity plans are in place and we continue to monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation closely. Employees are working remotely, business and customer travel has been restricted, and we’re leveraging the many great tools and technology that we have to continue to work productively.

by: Navneet Bhogal

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Industry Veteran, Paul Comfort’s Acclaimed New Book - The Future of Public Transportation
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Industry Veteran, Paul Comfort’s Acclaimed New Book - The Future of Public Transportation

Transit expert, Paul Comfort has just released a brand-new book; “The Future of Public Transportation”. This acclaimed best-seller is full of insights from over 40 top public transportation experts and executives. After meeting with so many leaders from across the globe, he felt he had a good grasp on what’s going on in the transportation industry, and more importantly, what’s forthcoming, to be able to put this book together.

by: Navneet Bhogal

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What is NEMT Software?
Category: NEMT

What is NEMT Software?

Non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) was first offered as a benefit in the 1966 US Medicaid program. The federal and state governments cover rides for eligible individuals to and from doctor’s offices, hospitals and other medical facilities for Medicaid-approved care.

by: dave.silva

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What is Paratransit Software?
Category: Paratransit

What is Paratransit Software?

The Americans with Disabilities ACT (ADA) requires transit agencies that provide fixed route service to also provide parallel or complementary service to individuals with disabilities who cannot use the fixed route bus or rail service. The ADA classifies access to this transportation service as a civil right for a select population and lays out minimum service characteristics to ensure equivalent service.

by: dave.silva

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