medical transportation services

medical transportation services

Services that transport one or more patients from point A to B, usually by ground.
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AMR provides community-based medical transportation services, including emergency non-emergency, managed transportation, air ambulance and disaster response.
Angel MedFlight Worldwide Air Ambulance provides domestic and international air medical transportation services with a fleet of medically configured Learjet aircraft.
As the nation's largest provider of emergency and non-emergency medical transportation services.
SB 8 would ensure that providers found guilty of Medicaid fraud in Texas or other states would be barred from participating in the state's program, strengthen prohibitions against marketing to Medicaid patients, add medical transportation services to managed care and enable the Health and Human Services Commission's Office of Inspector General to establish a new data system to catch Medicaid fraud earlier.
The issuer, a newly-created company which will be amalgamated into US medical transportation services provider Rural/Metro Corp (NASDAQ:RURL), set a 10.
He is also an advisor to the private equity firm, Clayton, Dubilier & Rice LLC, and serves as chairman of the board of Emergency Medical Services Corporation (NYSE: EMS), a provider of facility-based physician services and medical transportation services in the US.
Joseph's Hospital and Woodwinds Health Campus as well as outpatient services, clinics, home care and medical transportation services.
Scope The Department seeks responses to this RFP from organizations qualified to coordinate non-emergency medical transportation services throughout the State of CT.
MASA Assist (Medical Air Services Association), a provider of life-saving medical transportation services, wants to remind everyone that injuries, accidents, and travel-related illnesses can strike anytime and anywhere, making summer vacations an important time to focus on safety.
20 March 2014 - American Medical Response Inc (AMR), which provides medical transportation services, said it had taken over US sector companies Life Line Ambulance and MedStat EMS Inc.
Under the terms of the three-year agreement, which was effective on 16 April 2010 with an expected 120-day implementation date, AMR will provide management of non-emergency medical transportation services for eligible Medicaid participants across the state through its Access2Care operation.
Routine medical transportation services are also included.

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