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"Y’all need to be aware of what y’all are paying for, you know, who you are hiring," said Jones. "I’m pretty sure ya’ll don’t know your employees are doing this down here." Jones’ complaints are familiar to Arlington grandmother Kathryn Grace, who also struggles with LogistiCare. "Years ago, you thought it was pretty bad if you had to wait over an hour to get picked up," Grace said. "Now you think it’s marvelous if you don’t have two wait more than two hours. And twice I’ve been left overnight." News4Jax asked Grace how that makes her feel. To which she replied: "Very, very tired. And angry." Both Grace and Jones are wheelchair-dependent. Their families can’t afford a wheelchair van, which the I-TEAM found can cost $10,000-20,000 to modify. So, they rely on transportation services from LogistiCare. Fifteen separate Medicaid plan providers in Florida all have contracts with the company to provide the services. In turn, LogistiCare contracts with 236 transportation providers, meaning the company essentially acts as a hub, in a complex system with many independent variables. The I-TEAM found that in 2016, the state of Florida received 446 complaints against LogistiCare. The following year, 560 complaints were received. In Florida, 4 million people rely on Medicaid, but the state wouldn’t specify how may regularly use LogistiCare. When News4Jax first reached out to LogistiCare in January, the company promised an investigation, adding they apologize to Grace and Jones for the difficulties they encountered. LogistiCare said it was now monitoring trips taken by the two patients, and now is in the process of adding additional transportation providers. Jones hopes the company will keep its promises. "I mean, it’s a good service, it’s a good idea. Just stay true to your word," Jones said. "I’m trying to stay positive but this company is making it hard." Statement from Robert Perez, general manager of LogistiCare Florida operations: We apologize to Ms. Grace and Mr. Jones for the difficulties they encountered. At LogistiCare, every member and ride matters, and we have initiated a thorough investigation to learn more about the issues they experienced.
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