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How much does it cost to have Medicaid transportation?

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As of 2012, 51 of the 56 U.S. states and territories offer nonemergency medical transportation services through the state or territory's Medicaid program without a copayment, according to The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. In the remaining five states, the cost for transportation ranges between 50 cents and $3.80.

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In Indiana, Medicaid nonemergency medical transportation services cost between 50 cents and $2 per trip, claimed The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. In Pennsylvania, the transportation services cost between 65 cents and $3.80, while the cost in Florida is $1 each way of the trip. In Wisconsin, the cost is $1 per trip if taken in a specialized medical vehicle, or $2 per trip if taken in an ambulance. The copayment required for Medicaid nonemergency medical transportation services in Missouri is $2 per trip.

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