For 14 years, MTM has delivered high quality NEMT services to Medicaid and IDD beneficiaries in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. We’re excited to announce that following a competitive bidding process, the District of Columbia has once again selected MTM as its NEMT broker. Congratulations to our team on nearly a decade and half of service excellence in DC!
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Following four years of successful partnership, MTM is excited to announce that we are retaining operation of our statewide NEMT program in Nevada! Since 2016, MTM has provided consistent, prompt, and efficient NEMT services to Medicaid recipients throughout the state. Take a look at how we plan to continuing improving NEMT services in the new term through technology and innovation.
Following more than 16 years of partnership, MTM is honored to announce that the Minnesota MCC has once again selected us to operate as its NEMT coordinator in the Twin Cities metro area. Find out how we’re continually improving our operations in Minnesota to help streamline service, increase transparency, and make it easier for recipients to interact with us.
As many as one third of Medicare members report facing transportation insecurity that affects their ability to access healthcare. With Medicare Advantage enrollment set to exceed 26 million this year, now is the time to set your plan apart and accelerate your membership growth by offering an innovative transportation benefit. Find out how MTM can help drive you ahead of your competition!
We’re excited to introduce the first ever honorees of the MTM Transportation Hero award! Every quarter, we’re recognizing top-performing transportation providers from throughout our nationwide network for their service excellence and achievements. Congratulations to our Q1 2021 winners!
Using NEMT to ensure members get to their medical appointments is only half the battle in improving health outcomes and ensuring long-term social wellbeing. There’s more health plans can do to provide community transportation for their members, with the ultimate goal of removing SDOH barriers, improving health outcomes, reducing healthcare expenses, and encouraging members to enhance their quality of life. Learn how MTM can help!
The same members who struggle to access healthcare often struggle with other Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) like economic stability, neighborhood and physical environment, food quality and stability, education, and social contact. Using transportation to ensure members get to their medical appointments is only half the battle in improving health outcomes and ensuring long-term wellbeing. That’s where MTM comes in.
At MTM, our dedicated teams never hesitate to go above and beyond to meet the transportation needs of our most vulnerable members. One of those members is Shawn Mertens, who lives in Florida. Complications with quality transportation access was always a challenge for Shawn and his family, until MTM stepped in. Learn more about our special relationship with Shawn as MTM wishes him a very happy 22nd birthday!
In 2020, NEMT providers experienced an unprecedented drop in trip volume due to the effects of COVID-19. To help the providers we work with stay in business, we’ve found new ways to use NEMT fleets creatively, while also helping our health plan partners address Social Determinants of Health. MTM’s own Tamara Carlton recently wrote a piece for NEMTAC’s NEMT Today Winter 2021 issue highlighting how we’ve found additional work for NEMT providers while rewarding them for their passion and dedication throughout the pandemic. Check it out here!