MediCoupe is a non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) service for people who need rides to their doctor's appointments, pharmacy, physical therapy and other health-related places. MediCoupe complies with HIPAA privacy practices, and is comparable in price to a cab or black car.
MediCoupe was co-founded by Christine Barbieri and Donald Jones.
Christine has worked with some of the IT minds while at Google and Publicis Groupe, has twenty mobile apps in stores, and has worked on several multi-million dollar enterprise software solutions. She thought of MediCoupe while helping ill members of her family travel to doctors’ appointments in NY and NJ. Donald Jones became very involved with patient advocacy through his own renal disorder and kidney transplant, which forced him into an early retirement from the National Football League and the NY Buffalo Bills in 2014. Donald’s family owns a NEMT company, and he drove for them throughout college.