Lyft Is Trying To Disrupt Non-Emergency Medical Transport

Lyft Is Trying To Disrupt Non-Emergency Medical Transport

The ride-sharing service is working to increase access to care by providing transportation to seniors and underserved markets

Emma Hutchings
  • 11 august 2016

Lyft, the app that matches you with local drivers, has partnered with SPLT, an enterprise-first carpooling app and service, to provide Non-Emergency Medical Transport (NEMT) to underserved markets. This demographic, which consists largely of seniors, seek a reliable solution as 3.6 million Americans miss or delay medical care each year due to being unable to access transportation.

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