SCT

Specialty care transport (SCT) means interfacility transportation of a critically injured or ill beneficiary by a ground ambulance vehicle, including medically necessary supplies and services, at a level of service beyond the scope of the EMT-Paramedic. SCT is necessary when a beneficiary's condition requires ongoing care that must be furnished by one or more health professionals in an appropriate specialty area, for example, nursing, emergency medicine, respiratory care, cardiovascular care, or a paramedic with additional training.

Source

42 CFR § 414.605


Scoping language

As used in this subpart, the following definitions apply to both land and water (hereafter collectively referred to as ground) ambulance services and to air ambulance services unless otherwise specified:

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