New U.S. Rehab Members-Only Portal Now Available

Published in Complex Rehab on March 05, 2020

You are at the core of what we do, and we want to make sure you are learning, networking, and thriving every day. That is why we updated the U.S. Rehab members-only portal! This new portal, exclusive to members, is enhanced to help you find all the information and resources you need to help your business succeed. The renovated portal features discussion boards where you can collaborate and learn from your peers; events and webinars to keep you educated on important topics; vendors and products that help you run your business efficiently and cost-effectively; forms and documents including profitability calculators, process templates, and policies; and exclusive content ranging from podcasts to playbooks packed full of the latest industry news. 

Another feature that we are excited to share is that there is only one login to access all resources specific to your membership. Whether you’re searching for respiratory profitability calculators or wound care policy guides, it’s all here! No more logging in to members-only and the Respiratory or Wound Care Resources Centers. Everything is now in the members-only portal! 

Here is how to get started and navigate this new portal: 

Go to vgm.com/portal or usrehab.com and click on ‘Member Login’ in the top menu. Both places will take you here!

Portal

Note: if you have never registered for members-only before, you’ll need to do that first by clicking here: https://community.vgm.com/pages/Register 

When you see a screen similar to this, you’re in!

Dashboard

Before you start exploring, please visit the gear in the top right-hand corner and make sure your Account Profile is correct.

Account Profile

Now, you can start experiencing all the new portal has to offer!

If you have any questions, please contact your RAM or MAM

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