A total of 7.1 million Americans annually rely on Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) to provide them with access to the care they need. NEMT providers transport patients to and from doctor’s appointments, dialysis centers, and other lifesaving services. With global projected lifespans rising steadily and the growing popularity of home-health services, the industry is poised to rapidly expand in coming years: Global healthcare transportation services are expected to surge to a revenue of 101.88 billion by 2023.
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October served as a marker for the implementation of the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018, which ruled to cut Medicare reimbursement of non-emergency dialysis patients’ transportation services. Passed by Congress
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