DETROIT, MICHIGAN - Jan. 11, 2011 - Since Jan. 1 of this year, LogistiCare has been managing operations of the State Medicaid funded non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) program in Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb Counties of the Detroit Metro area. LogistiCare in turn contracts the work out to NEMT providers and taxi companies. There has been numerous complaints about clients not being picked up for their trips to essential medical therapies such as dialysis. The problems appear to be centered around the cab service. The Michigan Department of Community Health stated that the problems were isolated and that LogistiCare was working to address the them. Despite these assurances, continued reports of service issues has prompted Gov. Rick Snyder to review the company's performance. See: Gov. Rick Snyder Promices LogistiCare Review (MyFoxDetroit) for whole story. LogistiCare manages NEMT services in several markets throughout the United States. See the LogistiCare Michigan Facility Network for more information.