Vulnerable Hoosiers still frustrated as state claims overhauled medical transportation system getting better

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — One year after the state overhauled its non-emergency medical transportation system for Medicaid patients, leaders are ironing out major issues that left vulnerable patients stranded. FOX59 visited the Indiana office of Southeastrans, the Georgia company that signed a four-year, $128 million contract with the state that went into effect June 1, 2018. The call center serves as a hub, where employees schedule rides with a network of transportation providers. The first year of the overhauled system was […]
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Vulnerable Hoosiers still frustrated as state claims overhauled medical transportation system getting better

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