A Guide to Medical Transportation
Finding Reliable Medical Transportation Options
- Options for non-emergency medical transportation and paying for it
- Tools for finding local transportation options in your geographic location
- Hear from patients about their needs and experiences
Stories Have Power
Do you have a medical transportation story? Across the nation, people are sharing their healthcare stories to raise awareness and affect change. Lend your voice to the movement and help bring about change in healthcare.
Tools & Insights
WASHINGTON – Patients Rising today announced the launch of a new online transportation resource hub
Access to transportation can improve access to, and options for, healthcare. When talking to people
Public transportation is something that should be enjoyed by everyone, regardless of identity. Everyone using
Ronetta Stokes is a utilization reviewer for inpatient psychiatry at a Connecticut hospital. Ronetta shared
You don’t want to wait until a medical emergency to find out if your insurer
In the process of talking with people all around the country, we’ve learned that transportation
Listen to our Podcast Episode about TRansportation
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Transportation to and from appointments, or lack thereof, is a major hurdle facing patients who contact our Patients Rising Concierge team. Any delays caused by transportation have a domino effect on a patient’s healthcare journey and can lead to poor outcomes.
Samantha Smith, our Patient Navigator at the concierge desk, handles transportation challenges for patients daily. She shares helpful resources to help you understand insurance coverage for transportation, how to find local and community-based services, and tips for booking transit if you have a specific illness or medical device need.
And hear Kate Pecora’s interview with Dr. Bageshree Cheulkar of Virtua Health on the community transportation services provided to patients, and how they can impact health outcomes.