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Here's your Sprint 2020 quarterly round-up of NEMT-related news from yours truly at TripSpark.

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Effects of COVID-19 on NEMT


This worldwide pandemic will affect medical transportation in ways that we can only speculate about today. Gail Bauhs and Kris Lyon examine the effects of COVID-19 on NEMT, what is concerning providers and suggestions to investigate new revenue streams.

As your partners, we are here for you. We encourage you to watch to our recorded webinar, where Kris Lyon talks about what is happening in the NEMT world and Jennifer Crow demonstrates how our software can help during this pandemic.

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TripSpark Welcomes NEMT Expert Kris Lyon to The Team


TripSpark Medical is delighted to welcome Kris Lyon as their new Senior Manager, Business Development-NEMT. Kris brings nearly 14 years of NEMT experience and most recently worked at Lane Transit District as their Human Services Transportation Coordinator. Let's get to know her!

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How to Avoid the NEMT "Spaghetti" System Mess


Having a variety of applications and platforms requires a significant amount of integration work to ensure all systems are connected and talking to each other. Former Brokerage Manager, Kris Lyon shares the difficulties of using disjointed systems and gives us insight on the benefits of switching to an integrated NEMT system.

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Manage Credentials & Certification Data


Maintaining accurate credential and certification data for your drivers is essential to ensure clean audits and accurate reimbursements. Check out all the benefits and features of TripSpark's Credential Management capabilities.

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Economic Effects of NEMT and Substance Use


Learn how developments in NEMT technology can narrow the gap between those needing substance abuse treatment and those who receive care. Take a look at this article where NEMTAC explores the economic effects of NEMT on opioid addictions.


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