Established in 1986, VGM & Associates is the nation's largest and most comprehensive
member service organization for post-acute care. Today, our membership includes nearly 60% of independent providers throughout the United States.
We've organized respiratory DME into several programs, each with its own full line of offerings, such as business resources, profitability calculators, billing tips, policies and procedures, and much more to ensure members succeed no matter what equipment they provide.
The Orthotic and Prosthetic Group of America (OPGA) works to advance the independent orthotic and prosthetic profession —and help you advance within it. OPGA is the largest network of independent O&P facilities in the nation. Representing nearly 1,200 locations, OPGA offers services that help each facility operate more efficiently and increase profitability.
U.S. Rehab is a membership network of independent complex rehab providers. Our membership encompasses more than 1,300 independently owned rehab locations that provide quality custom or complex rehab equipment. We strive to assist our complex rehab partners with services that allow them to operate more efficiently and increase profitability.
Essentially Women is a community for providers catering to mastectomy, compression, and women's health. We foster lasting relationships that help our more than 1,000 members and vendor partners build alliances and strong business. And we provide the resources members need to lower costs, maximize revenue, operate more efficiently, and expand business operations.
The VGM Live At Home community helps independently owned and operated, certified accessible home modification providers and contractors transform homes for independent, safe living. VGM Live At Home's mission is to build a best-inclass membership group that will help provide seniors and mobility impaired individuals across the country with safe homes, giving them the independence and quality of life they deserve.
VGM Wound Care—it's more than skin deep. With VGM Wound Care, you will have the resources to offer your patients the best care possible regardless of the area of wound care you work in, whether it's negative pressure wound therapy, support surfaces, nutritional products, compression therapy, wound care dressings, or ostomy.