As of 2013, the average income of a NEMT company owner was $46,000, according to job websites. Qualifications vary from state to state even the counties within. A high school diploma is sufficient enough, however a business or marketing degree Continue reading
The rates for non-emergency transportation can vary simply by the type of paratransit company and operation it follows: 1. The total mileage of the trip is the biggest factor in determining the rate. 2. The staff on board the vehicle Continue reading
Paratransit is a transportation service offered to people with medical disabilities. Most popular of the paratransit services offer the customer a pick and drop off in a more door-to-door service. Most paratransit services operate with mini buses, taxis or medical Continue reading
After World War II, the Montreal Tramways Company adapted one of its buses to transport war veterans who were in wheelchairs. Rehabilitation Act of 1973 Prior to the American Disability Act of 1990 (ADA) paratransport services where only provided by Continue reading
The growth of the health care industry offers entrepreneurs a great business opportunity within the community. The market is limitless for non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) business. The following are some steps to consider on embarking on your new business venture.