medical transportation

By Dave Muoio 07:00 am January 7, 2020
Non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) coordination platform Ride Health has closed a $6.2 million seed funding round, it announced this morning. Activate Venture Partners headed the raise, with additional participation from New York Ventures, Newark Venture Partners, BioAdvance and Startup Health. WHAT THEY DO Ride Health offers a real-time, web and mobile NEMT platform for health plan and...
By Dave Muoio 11:17 am May 1, 2019
Roundtrip, a software platform for organizing medical transport, has raised $5.1 million in Series A financing. The round was led by Motley Fool Ventures with participation from existing investors Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern Pennsylvania and Johns Hopkins University, as well as from an unnamed “multi-billion dollar international healthcare software and medical device company...
By Jonah Comstock 07:17 pm September 18, 2018
Correction: Updated to include financial details. A previous version of this story included an inaccurate estimate. Nearly two years to the day after its launch was announced at a Boston conference, app-enabled healthcare transportation company Circulation has entered into an agreement to be acquired by Logisticare, the nation’s largest non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) broker, for $44...
By Jonah Comstock 08:01 am May 23, 2018
Buoy Health, an online platform that uses an AI chatbot as a gateway into healthcare treatment, has teamed up with Circulation, a technology startup that helps connect patients in need of medical transport with rides from Lyft, Uber, and other specialized options like wheelchair vans and non-emergency ambulances. The two Boston-based companies will integrate their platforms with the goal of...
01:15 pm February 10, 2017
Lyft and LogistiCare, a non-emergency medical transportation manager, announced a three-year partnership to help private, government-assisted and elderly riders make it to their healthcare appointments and programs, especially those who need short-notice trips. The companies will collaborate in 31 of LogistiCare's states and 276 cities, according to officials. LogistiCare manages more than 69...