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  • Medicaid transportation providers air their concerns with Veyo

    The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare chose a new contractor to arrange transportation for Medicaid patients to go to health care-related appointments. After evaluating bids from five companies, the state hired Veyo, a San Diego startup that uses Uber-like technology in urban areas to move patients in a way it says is more efficient and less costly. Transportation providers and Veyo met in April to discuss their concerns.

Medicaid transportation providers air their concerns with Veyo

The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare chose a new contractor to arrange transportation for Medicaid patients to go to health care-related appointments. After evaluating bids from five companies, the state hired Veyo, a San Diego startup that uses Uber-like technology in urban areas to move patients in a way it says is more efficient and less costly. Transportation providers and Veyo met in April to discuss their concerns.
Courtesy of IdahoProviders.com