Circulation offers technology-enabled logistics solutions and analytics for managing non-emergency transportation across healthcare. Its HIPAA compliant digital platform, and digitally integrated transportation network, enables automated administration of transportation benefits and simple ride scheduling and trip assignment by call centers, healthcare facilities, case managers, caregivers, and members/patients. While LogistiCare’s current customer base is primarily focused on state agencies and MCOs servicing Medicaid and Medicare lives, Circulation serves a broader mix of payers and approximately 3,000 healthcare facilities across 45 states.
LogistiCare, a wholly-owned subsidiary of
Circulation, founded in 2016, and based in Boston, MA, offers a full suite of logistics solutions to manage non-emergency transportation across all areas of healthcare, powered by its HIPAA-compliant digital platform. Circulation enables administration of transportation benefits, proactively monitors for fraud waste and abuse, and seamlessly integrates all transportation capabilities (e.g. outsourced transportation, owned fleets, and other medical logistics services), while placing a new focus on patient convenience and satisfaction. Circulation’s proprietary platform simplifies ordering, improves reliability and efficiency, and reduces transportation spend. Circulation is passionate about improving health outcomes and transforming how consumers consume healthcare products and services.
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