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Transportation Disadvantaged Populations: Nonemergency Medical Transportation Is Not Well Coordinated, and Additional Federal Leadership Is Needed
David J. Wise (au)
Access to transportation services is essential for millions of Americans to fully participate in society and access human services, including medical care. Nonemergency medical transportation (NEMT) is nonemergency, nonmilitary, surface transportation service of any kind provided to beneficiaries or clients for the purpose of receiving medical care. This report reviewed the coordination of NEMT services. It addresses (1) the federal programs that provide funding for NEMT services; (2) how federal agencies are coordinating NEMT services; and (3) how NEMT services are coordinated at the state and local levels and the challenges to coordination. Table and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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