Fierce Healthcare July 20, 2022
Paige Minemyer

SCAN Group is betting on nonemergency medical transport with its latest strategic investment.

The company, which is the parent of Medicare Advantage insurer SCAN Health Plan, will invest in SafeRide Health, a technology-enabled NEMT broker that builds transportation programs based on the needs of older adults. SafeRide’s platform is connected with a slew of NEMT companies, including Uber and Lyft.

The investment comes on the heels of other funding infusions into MedArrive, a home health platform; Monogram Health, a kidney care platform; and Arine, a tech-based medication adherence company, among others.

“SCAN is proud to support SafeRide’s growth as it seeks to fulfill older adults’ need for safe, reliable transportation to and from medical...

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