About

A division of VGM & Associates, U.S. Rehab is a membership network of independent complex rehab providers.

Our Passion for Quality Service Drives Our Actions

We understand the daily challenges that our members face. U.S. Rehab has access to experts who understand the HME and CRT industries and are dedicated to researching and understanding market dynamics to give our members a competitive advantage.

Our promise is to be a leading industry advocate and to connect our members to business services, solutions and experts that allow them to compete, prosper and succeed effectively now and in the future. We want our members to focus on what they do best, which is providing quality care to patients.

Who are we? We are a service-oriented team offering expertise, knowledge, support and solutions to accommodate your needs as a provider. We are U.S. Rehab, a division of VGM & Associates.

Gain Access to Innovative Products and Solutions

Our members gain access to innovative products and solutions.

As a Member Service Organization, our mission is to foster lasting relationships that help our members and vendor partners build alliances for strong business. We strive to assist our complex rehab partners with services that allow them to operate more efficiently and increase profitability.

Team Members

Membership with U.S. Rehab means receiving access to industry experts who work constantly to provide relevant solutions and support that allow members to increase efficiency and profitability.

From Our Experts

The PHE Will End May 11 thumbnail The PHE Will End May 11 President Biden has announced that the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency (PHE) will officially end on May 11, 2023. The Importance of CRT: From the Perspective of Ali Ingersoll, Ms. Wheelchair America 2023 thumbnail The Importance of CRT: From the Perspective of Ali Ingersoll, Ms. Wheelchair America 2023 In a guest article written by Ali Ingersoll, Ms. Wheelchair America 2023, longtime U.S. Rehab member Stalls Medical is highlighted as for their trustwortihness in Ali's journey to finding the wheelchair that best suits her. U.S. Rehab Benchmark Report Released thumbnail U.S. Rehab Benchmark Report Released U.S. Rehab has released the benchmark report. The full data report is only available to those who filled out the survey, but we wanted you to have a sampling of the information. We also wish to encourage you to participate in future surveys. Lead to Community thumbnail Lead to Community VGM's Mike Isaacson unpacks what it means to lead to a bigger picture, lead to create connection, and lead to a feeling of community. Seat Elevation Study Adds Evidence to Industry's Cause thumbnail Seat Elevation Study Adds Evidence to Industry's Cause As reported in HME News, a new study showing the functional mobility, employment and safety benefits of seat elevation devices is a good example of how large data sets can be used to, hopefully, guide policy and practice, says Mark Schmeler. Wheelchair Repairs Obstacles Reduced! thumbnail Wheelchair Repairs Obstacles Reduced! Wheelchair repairs have been a hot topic recently with advocacy groups raising awareness about the ability of a wheelchair user to obtain timely repairs on their wheelchair. There are many obstacles that contribute to obtaining a timely wheelchair repair, but one of those obstacles will be eliminated and another will be reduced on Jan 1, 2023. Optimize Your Sales Management Team to Drive Growth in Times of Change thumbnail Optimize Your Sales Management Team to Drive Growth in Times of Change As you continue to look toward 2023, consider developing a plan to optimize your sales management team. By taking an honest look at your team and process, you start to see the growth opportunities that exist, even in times of change. Put a Ring on it: Rules of Employee Engagement thumbnail Put a Ring on it: Rules of Employee Engagement If you are a leader, it is likely that you have become aware of the term “quiet quitting,” but leaders have been dealing with the root cause for as long as there have been teams to lead. The real problem is disengagement. As a leader, how do you help employees re-engage?