- Date: 04/19/2023
Medecision®, a leading provider of digital care management solutions and services, and Uber Health, Uber’s healthcare arm, are collaborating to make…
Mississippians in counties with Uber services can request free rides to their county health department appointments starting next month.
As the state’s health care crisis persists and Mississippians may increasingly rely on county health departments for care, the new program is aimed at making transportation more accessible for rural Mississippians, and in turn, decreasing “no shows” at health department appointments.
The one-year emergency contract, which Mississippi Today obtained through a public records request, says the Mississippi State Health Department will pay Uber Health up to $1 million for non-emergency services transporting patients to their health department appointments, to the pharmacy if needed and then returning them home. Though the contract is retroactively effective to September, rides will start being offered in November.
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