Big Growth at Veyo – San Diego Magazine

Big Growth at Veyo It has been a big couple of months for downtown-based Veyo. After rapid growth – now at nearly 250 employees – they moved into new digs in Symphony Towers. Veyo is a non-emergency medical transportation company that has combined the technology of today’s successful ride-share companies with the specific medical needs […]

Veyo Brings Ride-Hailing Tech to Health Care – San Diego Union-Tribune

Veyo Brings Ride-Hailing Tech to Health Care San Diego firm adopts Uber model for complex medical market. by Mike Freeman Can the smartphone-based technology made popular by Uber and Lyft be tapped to help Medicaid members get rides to doctors’ appointments? San Diego’s Veyo aims to find out. The 335-employee transportation broker thinks it can […]

Veyo in the Health Management Associates (HMA) Weekly Roundup

Veyo Idaho State Signs Medicaid Transportation Contract with Veyo. The Times-News reported on July 4, 2016, that San Diego-based medical transportation company Veyo has signed a three-year contract, worth $23 million annually, to provide non-emergency transportation to Idaho’s 290,000 Medicaid members. Veyo has over 60 providers and 900 vehicles statewide and expects to provide 3,400 […]

Veyo in the San Diego Business Journal

San Diego — Years before he became president of Veyo, Josh Komenda had two jobs. He was an engineer at a big tech firm. And he had a “hobby company” on the side. He eventually sold the hobby company, and the transaction provided the foundation for his next big venture. The buyer, Arizona-based Total Transit, became […]