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New York Medicaid Rides Made Easier with Lyft Healthcare

Lyft Healthcare is now an approved transportation provider for Medicaid patients in New York via MAS.

Rolling Back Barriers to Prenatal Care

We’re taking steps to improve maternal health equity, one ride at a time.

Lyft Healthcare and its community partners tackle senior mobility

Learn how three organizations are using Lyft Healthcare to redesign how seniors access transportation.

Lyft Healthcare Now in 21 States, Bringing New Medicaid Transportation Option to Millions

Lyft Healthcare now provides access to Medicaid NEMT services in 21 states, covering > 62% Medicaid beneficiaries.

How Lee Health leveraged Lyft to provide Hurricane Ian relief to employees

In the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, Lee Health created a Lyft Pass program offering employees a reliable way to get to work, ensuring essential medical services could continue during a time of need.

Lyft’s Impact on Social Drivers of Health

Lyft Healthcare works closely with Medicaid Agencies, health plans, and transportation brokers to help address inequalities in the accessibility of healthcare services.

Member Spotlight: Jenny Clemmens

Get to know Jenny, our Head of Platform Partnerships!

The Future of Business Travel

Dive into what the future of business travel and commuting look like in the face of changing employee needs. We uncover insights from the recent study commissioned from Forrester Consulting.

Breaking Down Barriers to Early Breast Cancer Detection & Screening

Wheels for Women, the country's first and only free transportation program dedicated exclusively to breast cancer screenings and diagnostics, has reached the remarkable milestone of 1,000 rides with Lyft.

Unwinding of the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency is Unlikely to Impact Medicaid NEMT Utilization

Although COVID-19 may stay with us for the foreseeable future, the forthcoming end of the government’s official recognition of COVID-19 as a Public Health Emergency (PHE) will have a significant impact on the healthcare system.

Tips for Bringing Back the In-Person Party in 2022

It’s been a while since any of us attended a company holiday party, so here are a handful of tips for making sure the whole shebang goes off with, well, a bang!

Member Spotlight: Linda Jiang

Get to know Linda, our Head of Strategy and Government Partnerships!

Member Spotlight: James Rizzo

Get to know James, our Product Manager!

3 Ways to Win at Retail with Rideshare

The demand for employees is still at an all-time high, as labor shortages continue to impact industries across the board—especially frontline workers.

Member Spotlight: Betty Yen

Get to know Betty Yen, our Head of Healthcare Partnerships!

4 Ways to Optimize Safety with Business Travel

A business traveler’s itinerary can get jam-packed fast. There are client meetings. Working lunches. Training sessions. Woof.

How to Help Your Company Encourage Sustainability

Now more than ever, employees are concerned about the environmental impact of the companies they work for.

How to Take the Stress Out of Employee Commutes

It goes without saying: the pandemic has brought unprecedented uncertainty to anyone that used to commute to their workplace.

One Program Every Company Should Have Before Returning to Work

More than a year into the pandemic and after vaccinations, the trade-offs of a completely remote culture are clearly surfacing.

Taking on the Loaner Shortage with Rideshares

Nationwide, auto dealerships face a decision when it comes to their loaner cars. The new and used vehicle shortage has dealerships deciding whether to keep their loaner fleet, or take advantage of rising used car prices and sell them.

How Commute Benefits Help Recruiters Attract New talent

Hiring has been difficult for many businesses since the pandemic began. And for the last year-plus, companies have had to find unique ways to attract and retain employees.

A Charitable Start to the New Year

At the end of 2021, we asked Lyft partners to share their holiday wishes for the new year. The responses we received were then entered into a drawing to win a $2,000 donation, made in the wish maker’s name.