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Modivcare experts explore new ways to impact health related social needs and improve health equity among underserved populations.
In the recent past—and still existing among some companies—non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) organizations and transportation providers (TPs) were brought together by a strictly transactional relationship. This method of running an NEMT business wasn’t, and isn’t, the best way to do this important work. But it took a while for large NEMT organizations, Modivcare included, to come to this realization.
To help improve this nationwide issue the healthcare system—providers, health plans, community organizations and others—must come together to build relationships with these disenfranchised groups.
The past two years have been extraordinarily difficult for people around the world.
The pandemic has taught us many things, not the least of which is the daily necessity for high-quality healthcare. We often think of healthcare in an ambulatory or acute setting; however, at-home care continues to grow in importance as the population ages and desires to live independently.
Navigating the healthcare landscape in 2022 has become increasingly difficult. Healthcare no longer begins and ends in an ambulatory care facility or at a hospital. The healthcare continuum extends outside into the “real world.” All around us, non-clinical factors affect our health outcomes, and medical staff aren’t the only people who can impact them.
Healthcare consumers can drive and influence the healthcare industry, and we see that happening today; they have the desire to receive a highly personalized health plan membership experience.
The report explores how states could help improve the lives of the individuals who use LTSS services—mostly older, low-income adults, and children and adults with complex health needs or disabilities—using what they learned from the COVID-19 pandemic and the more than $9 billion invested by Congress through the American Rescue Plan Act.
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