Lyft, Uber Increasingly Offering Medical Transportation Services

August 7, 2017

Huffington Post (August 7)

Lyft, Uber Increasingly Offering Medical Transportation Services

In 2016, Lyft signed an agreement with CareMore to begin providing non-emergency medical transportation to its patients. So far, the move has saved his company more than $1 million, Jain told CNBC last week. What’s more, it’s also provided drastically better service, resulting in 30 percent shorter wait times and patient satisfaction exceeding 80 percent.



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