Uber and Lyft have shown interest in the healthcare sector and subsequently, hospitals and health systems are partnering with them to boost income, patient satisfaction and enhance health results. For this very reason Lyft, the ride-sharing giant, declared a partnership with Sutter Health with the aim to support the transportation needs of the staff and patient. This, of course, profits the ride-sharing industry as providing transit for the healthcare industry will help expand the ride-sharing business’ reach. In 2020 many Medicare Advantage plans have embraced Uber and Lyft following the change in rules by the Centers of Medical Services thus amplifying heath benefits. There has already been a reduction in the number of cancellations and no-shows to appointments among patients using ride-share services. Industry Analysts are of the view that learning about the patient’s interests in ride-sharing is essential to understand the psyche of the people they wish to make these services available to. For instance, some customers may be doubtful of ride-hailing services. To this, ride-sharing companies find that most people are in favor of their services and see them as credible. This particularly is directed to the village areas where transportation is a challenge which makes them more inclined to trust these services. The reason health systems are focusing on transportation is that it is less complicated and cheaper when compared to other factors like providing housing and food security. It is possible to haul patients to the doctor more reliable and conveniently at a less cost, ensuring better health outcomes.