In the healthcare industry, non-emergency medical transportation is a novel approach. It is defined as a medical transportation service provided to persons who require medical attention but do not have a critical (i.e. serious) health condition. Non-emergency medical transportation is usually reserved for the elderly or those who are physically or mentally challenged and widely known to serve Medicaid beneficiaries in US. Non-emergency medical transportation can be picked up and dropped off for free or for a fee. This mode of transportation is used frequently for checkups, scans, OPD visits, and pathology testing, among other things.

The Non-Emergency Medical Transportation market majorly consists of the players such as ABC Non-Emergency Medical Transportation, LLC; MTM, Inc.; AMR; Xpress Transportation; CJ Medical Transportation; Southeastrans; ModivCare; Crothall Healthcare; Elite Medical Transport; Acadian Ambulance Service; ERS Transition Ltd.; Global Rescue Ltd; London Medical Transportation System; FirstGroup, plc;Transdev; Ride Health; Roundtrip; Medical Answering Services, LLC; One Call; and Kinetik. The companies have been implementing various strategies that have helped the growth of the company and in turn have brought about various changes in the market. The companies have utilized strategies such as product launches, expansions, and product upgradations for the growth of their organizations. The companies have adopted several inorganic and organic strategies to accelerate their growth and improve their market position.

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