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NEMT News in 2018

2018-01-26T11:35:27+00:00 January 24th, 2018|News, Non-Emergency Medical Transportation|

We all know the story, in the US, every year 3.6 million Medicaid beneficiaries “miss or delay healthcare” due to transportation problems. This causes a knock-on effect through the healthcare system. Therefore $2.9 billion is spent by the government on non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) to provide roughly 103 million NEMT trips annually. After some quick maths, your average NEMT trips costs [...]

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Veyo Terminates State NEMT Contract Early: What It Means for Providers

2017-11-16T16:31:13+00:00 November 16th, 2017|Non-Emergency Medical Transportation|

Pantonium has been following the market for non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) in Idaho closer than most people watch their fantasy basketball teams. This is because this relatively small state took part in an experiment, one that now looks to be coming to an ignominious end. Not only is this interesting for the future of Idaho medical transportation, but is a [...]

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Contract Drivers in People Transportation

2017-07-13T16:53:27+00:00 July 13th, 2017|Non-Emergency Medical Transportation, Public Transit|

Cha-Cha-Cha Changes: There is a confluence of news these days on changes in the transportation network company (TNC) industry. These stories are centered around Uber, which is still reeling after the removal of CEO Travis Kalanick and ongoing slew of bad press. Naturally, they are trying to shake things up. There is a push to increase driver satisfaction, specifically a [...]

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Operational Changes Transportation Directors Should Consider

2017-11-16T16:15:51+00:00 June 23rd, 2017|On-Demand Transportation, Public Transit, Technology|

Let’s consider a laudable goal, public transit systems offering integrated mobility that is accessible enough to make people want to ride buses again, and flexible enough to get people to ditch their habits of using single occupancy vehicles.  This can be done in the "short term" of less than five years, at a large scale, across a metropolitan area. All [...]

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Algorithms for Transportation

2017-04-14T16:43:51+00:00 April 14th, 2017|Non-Emergency Medical Transportation, Pantonium, Technology|

When people talk about algorithms the conversation tends to slant in the direction of SkyNet blowing up the world or high frequency trading bots crashing financial markets, these are not always the most practical applications for algorithms which can be anything from baking recipes to a multi-billion dollar search engines. However knowing what they are is only the first step, we [...]

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Software for Mobility as a Service

2017-02-08T16:22:12+00:00 February 6th, 2017|On-Demand Transportation, Public Transit, Technology|

What in the world are SaaS, LaaS, AaaS or MaaS? These days every letter in the alphabet seems to be offered “as a service”. This is not just the output of marketing departments around the world, it is a change in how people and organisations buy and consume things. These acronyms are the result of the rise in the subscription model [...]

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Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Trends in 2017

2017-01-05T21:51:39+00:00 January 5th, 2017|News, Non-Emergency Medical Transportation|

Non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) did not escape the craziness that was 2016; the industry last year saw stories of maligned brokerages, fraudulent companies, regulatory conflicts and technological disruption. All of which impact providers of transportation as they look forward into the new year, lets look back on these events and trends to prepare for what will certainly be an interesting 2017. [...]

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Pantonium Ridesharing Software

2016-12-01T15:32:03+00:00 November 21st, 2016|On-Demand Transportation, Technology|

These days it can be said without a trace of irony that single occupancy vehicles (SOVs) are one of the seminal catastrophes of the 20th century. Although the number of people driving alone is trending down in North America, more than 50% of vehicles on the road still are only transporting one person. The environmental, economic and social impacts of [...]

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