Joel Davis discusses how to deal with delays in your medical transportation business

Delays will always be associated with the transportation industry.  There are traffic problems, employee issues, customer concerns, and more.  Regardless of the cause, there are many ways to manage delays to ensure they don’t pose a potential loss for your business. Listen to a recent situation from a member of the United Medical Transportation Providers Group and how Joel suggest overcoming the...

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Stop, Re-Evaluate, Redirect, then Restart Your Business

Every entrepreneur goes into business with high expectations of success. But after becoming operational, many entrepreneurs encounter what I refer to as “hitting the wall.” This can happen to any business in any industry. Businesses become stuck or stagnant and owners are unsure of how to move the business forward. In short, they experience the reality that a successful business requires far more than just a good idea. When a business becomes stagnant, that is when the business is most vulnerable. Frustrated and concerned, business...

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Be Successful and Not Just Another Statistic!

I would like to share with you an email that I recently received from Carlos Banks, owner of the Wheelchair Taxi in North Carolina.  He writes:     Joel,    I don’t get a chance to talk to you much, one because you’re busy creating life changing opportunities and two because I’m taking advantage of those opportunities you’re creating and shedding light upon.       I just wanted to share something real quick with you that happen in our area.  Have you ever heard of the saying “Often imitated but...

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Seriously Evaluate the Information You’re Using to Learn about Starting Your Ambulette Business

As someone who is well experienced in the non-emergency medical transportation industry, I can tell you with all certainty that starting an ambulette service is a good and opportunistic investment.  Whether you’re a new or experienced entrepreneur, building a NEMT business can be a great asset in your portfolio!     However, before spending any money or committing to anything, wise and calculated entrepreneurs always invest in thorough research and investigation into the industry they will be entering.  So, like any prudent...

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Understanding the Medical Transportation Opportunity Part II

Medical transportation is not only limited to ambulettes and medivans. In many instances, ambulances are also used to meet the growing non-emergency transportation (NEMT) needs. Ambulances, typically thought of only in regards to emergency transportation, are often enlisted to provide non-emergency transports in areas where there is a lack of adequate medivan services or areas where there is a failure in understanding of the convenience and cost-savings abilities of using ambulettes. Unfortunately, many staff, facilities, and organizations...

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How to Land Private-Pay Clients in Your NEMT Business

Private-Pay clients are very important to your non-emergency medical transportation business and your home care agency.  For this reason, I have prepared an exclusive Report specifically for How to Land Private-Pay Clients in Your NEMT Business! In working with so many of you over the last few months I have felt compelled to write an Exclusive Report to “drive home” the importance and the opportunity for you to increase your Private-Pay clientele.  And, based upon the response I have received thus far regarding this...

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