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What Can You Do? – Public Health & NEMT
Category: NEMT

What Can You Do? – Public Health & NEMT

It’s important to reflect on the role we play in people’s lives as professionals providing NEMT solutions. April is National Public Health Awareness month, and we wanted to take a closer look at how providers and the services they offer aren’t just a part of the public health industry, but an answer to ongoing issues.

by: Kris Lyon

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Partnerships for Progress - Developing Inter-Agency Synergies

Partnerships for Progress - Developing Inter-Agency Synergies

Discover the power of partnering with other agencies - How Quinte, Belleville and Bancroft Transit teams boosted operational efficiencies, expanded service areas and effectively tackled COVID-19 disruptions.

by: Aditya Vaidya

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4 Reasons to Invest in Vanpooling “Now” - Vanpooling Benefits, Pandemic Resiliency & More
Category: Ride-sharing

4 Reasons to Invest in Vanpooling “Now” - Vanpooling Benefits, Pandemic Resiliency & More

We demystify the concept of vanpooling, discuss its benefits for your agency and showcase its significance in safeguarding your agency operations against disruptive events like the COVID-19 pandemic.

by: Aditya Vaidya

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NEMT Solutions for Busy Brokers
Category: NEMT

NEMT Solutions for Busy Brokers

Your brokerage is only as successful as the quality of service it delivers to its members. Striking a balance between providing positive customer experiences on the ride reservation and ride delivery processes can result in mixed reviews. Read on to find solutions to some common issues identified by members using NEMT services.

by: Kris Lyon

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Cybersecurity Concerns in Today’s World
Category: NEMT

Cybersecurity Concerns in Today’s World

With the world turning attention towards the Russian invasion of Ukraine, cybersecurity concerns have made their way into the healthcare arena. Over the past several days, warnings within healthcare systems of Russian-borne cyberthreats have increased. These threats may come as a direct target but more likely as collateral damage due to disruptions or spillover activities. As an extension of the industry, medical transportation organizations must be diligent in protecting their businesses.

by: Kris Lyon

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