Inside our digital transportation marketplace
We provide healthcare professionals — including care coordinators, social workers, nurses and other ride requestors — with online and mobile tools that make ordering patient rides simple.
Through our digital transportation marketplace, we connect patients with non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) such as rideshare, medical sedans, wheelchair vans, and stretcher vehicles exactly when and where they need it.
Drive better health outcomes
Reduce patient no-shows
Increase follow-up visits
Avoid delays in discharge process
Prevent unneccesary re-admissions
Elevate the patient experience
Improve patient throughput
How it works
Every day, 10,000 patients miss or delay care due to a transportation barrier. Learn more about how we are removing this barrier to care.
Patient needs a ride
Using our simple ride booking platform, a care coordinator or patient can book as many rides as they need. Rides can be booked on-demand or scheduled weeks or months in advance.
We match patients with the right rides
A ride request goes out to our marketplace and a best-in-class transportation provider from our credentialed network can view the ride, offer an ETA, and claim the trip. Once the ride is scheduled, we send reminders via text or voice letting the patient know the ride status.
Leaders in healthcare get insights
Leverage powerful patient data across the entire transportation sequence. This helps health organizations understand more about patient transportation and improve health outcomes.
How we're different
Book any vehicle: Lyft, medical sedan, wheelchair, or ambulance. Access a comprehensive market aggregator, not just another ride option.
Health plans can empower their members through a portal where members are allocated a certain number of trips or dollar amount, and can freely schedule rides as needed.
Leverage EHRs, transportation CAD systems, and other care coordination platforms and consolidate workflows for transportation in one single place.
All Payers Accepted
Obtain prior authorizations and book trips regardless of patient mobility or payer type, including trips that would be normally phoned into a broker.