What constitutes a non-emergency transport?
A non-emergency transport is a medical transfer that does not have a hospital emergency room as the final destination. For example, EMSA often transports individuals to nursing homes just after hospital discharge.

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1. If I participate, who is covered?
2. I have insurance and/or Medicare. Why should I participate? Isn't it like I'm paying for the same thing twice?
3. What if my personal insurance and/or Medicare doesn't cover the full cost of the claim?
4. What constitutes an emergency transport?
5. What constitutes a non-emergency transport?
6. Do participating customers receive benefits for non-emergency transports, too?
7. Are there any excluded services?