Veyo transportation form is a company that provides non-emergency medical transportation services to elderly and sick individuals who cannot drive or don’t have access to other forms of transport. The company works with local transit agencies and insurance companies to provide rides for people who need to get to doctor’s appointments or to other health-related events. It trains drivers in CPR, HIPPA rules, and Americans with Disabilities Act procedures. It also uses a specialized fleet of vehicles to meet the needs of its customers. Other similar companies include Roundtrip and SafeRide, which also focus on providing rides to the elderly or ill.
In the past, Veyo has faced complaints from patients and providers alike. For example, one woman told a state official that she missed two chemotherapy treatments because Veyo failed to send her a ride. Another patient who needed wheelchair transportation was told to call five times but no one picked up. Veyo’s contract with Idaho is ending early, but Komenda said the company was not leaving because of poor performance.
Despite the problems, Veyo still has plenty of potential for growth. The company plans to introduce new technology tools for managing NEMT benefits and offer a flexible schedule for its drivers. It is also expanding to other states and markets.
To apply to drive for Veyo, you will need to fill out an online application and pass a background check. Once you are approved, you can download the Veyo app and begin accepting rides. You will be paid weekly via direct deposit or paycheck.