We've come a long way with ambulance and emergency medical services since the early days of hammock carts and horse-drawn wagons. And our home state of New Jersey played a huge role in the evolution of first aid and EMS history. Here's three facts about the milestones our state has achieved throughout the years.
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A year ago, a blog post from prominent New York City trial lawyer John Howley caused quite a stir in the EMS community.
While every industry has its fraud, unfortunately the non-emergency ambulance transportation world is especially plagued with shady practices. According to the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services, every year $350 million is ripped off by ambulance companies.
But not all ambulance companies are committing Medicare fraud. There are many providers that play by the rules and should therefore be applauded. This article is not about them. This article explains what the rules are, and how certain companies are systematically skirting them.
Significantly fewer ambulance companies exist in New Jersey today than a year ago. Estimates of the amount of closures range from 25 to 50 firms---with more likely closing in the future.
Some have closed their doors quickly without any advanced notice, leaving patients and their families in a dangerous limbo. This may seem strange, because health care is one of the fastest growing industries in the nation. So what’s causing the sudden closure of so many medical transportation providers here in the Garden State?