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

Wound Care and Compression: The Basics thumbnail Wound Care and Compression: The Basics Within the wound care space are many different types of compression that can be used to manage wounds. When looking at which type to use, it depends a great deal on the person's disease state. The disease state we see most is venous disease. Senate Dear Colleague Letter on Power Seat Elevation and Standing Systems Begins to Circulate thumbnail Senate Dear Colleague Letter on Power Seat Elevation and Standing Systems Begins to Circulate Please reach out to your representatives to ask them to sign the Dear Colleague Letters, which request that CMS advance Medicare coverage for power seat elevation system and urge them to promptly move forward with the process for power standing systems. U.S. Rehab and VGM Government Relations Attend Congressional Briefing in Washington D.C. thumbnail U.S. Rehab and VGM Government Relations Attend Congressional Briefing in Washington D.C. Wednesday, Sept. 14, was a momentous day of advocating for CRT and other key legislative issues. Greg Packer and Tom Powers spent time in Washington D.C. attending the NCART/NRRTS Virtual Congressional Fly-In and a congressional briefing on power seating and standing systems for power wheelchairs. Fall Prevention: Better Outcomes with the FMA thumbnail Fall Prevention: Better Outcomes with the FMA One way in which falls can be prevented is by providing the highest quality of CRT equipment, services, and care to customers, which in turn gives the customer better outcomes and better quality of life. U.S. Rehab Announces Tyler Mahncke as New Vice President thumbnail U.S. Rehab Announces Tyler Mahncke as New Vice President Tyler Mahncke has been promoted to Vice President of U.S. Rehab. CMS Opens Comment Period for Power Seat Elevation Coverage thumbnail CMS Opens Comment Period for Power Seat Elevation Coverage Late on Monday, August 15th, CMS announced the opening of a 30-day comment period relating to the request for Medicare coverage of power seat elevation systems used with complex power wheelchairs. Emerging Technologies for 2022 thumbnail Emerging Technologies for 2022 Technology spending can seem like a never-ending black hole. Security and infrastructure investments do not have a direct value to the business. Embrace new technologies in 2022. Put them to use to retain and recruit employees, referral sources, and patients. Emerging Market Trend: Bariatrics thumbnail Emerging Market Trend: Bariatrics Providers don't have to offer everything at once. They are likely already serving bariatric patients. Simply asking them about the areas they need assistance will determine the best starting point. From there, just keep listening to the patients and focus on serving their needs. That's where the opportunity is.