Managed Transportation Organization (MTO) – Texas Medicaid
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In 2014, the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) named Project Amistad as its Managed Transportation Organization (MTO) for West Texas, Region 2. Project Amistad began providing expanded transportation services to Medicaid beneficiaries in 23 West Texas counties including El Paso and the Greater Midland – Odessa region on September 01, 2014.
Project Amistad arranges cost-effective non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) services to medically necessary health care services for the Texas Health and Human Services Commission to eligible Medicaid clients, Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN) Services who are diagnosed with cancer or cancer-related illness and meet program financial and residential eligibility criteria and who have no other means of transportation. Project Amistad will arrange the mode of transportation that is most appropriate and meets the client’s health care needs.
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