Ford's GoRide Service To Expand Areas Served

Very few on-demand ride services can claim a 95 percent on-time rate, and even fewer can offer the kind of services people regularly need when going to and from non-emergency medical visits. Luckily, Ford Motor Company is able to claim both of these in regards to its GoRide Health program.


With over a year of development and refinement under its belt, the GoRide Health non-emergency medical transportation service has set its sights on Ohio for a greater rollout in 2019. Cities on the list to start enjoying this service are Toledo, Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Columbus by the end of 2019. By the end of the year, the plan is to expand the service to other states like Florida, and then North Carolina, Louisiana, Texas, and Claifornia in 2020.


The service is about providing reliable and safe rides for those who truly need them most. Minyang Jiang, the CEO of GoRide Health has said that, “Despite a critical and growing need across our country, most patients are unable to find reliable transportation and drivers who understand their needs. GoRide Health can fill that gap.”


It’s not just about providing a seat in a vehicle however. All of the GoRide’s drivers are HIPAA compliant and go through specific professional training to ensure they are capable of safely assisting passengers.


GoRide is always looking to adapt its service by using data analytics to consistently identify where improvements can be made. By using the data collected, they are able to see where there are gaps in the current coverage and make moves to address them.


This and other programs are just more ways Ford wants to make life easier and better for people everywhere.


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