Lyft AZ Medicaid Provider

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Lyft has landed a new relationship with Arizona’s Medicaid program as a “provider.”

Lyft Wednesday said it’s now “an enrolled Medicaid provider in Arizona” after the state changed rules effective May 1 to allow “transportation network companies (also known as ‘rideshare’ companies) to register as non-emergency medical transportation providers,” the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System said earlier this year.”

Source: “Forbes.”

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