Ancillary page

The right ancillary services can be as important as the right medication


Deliver products and services consistently and on time

Clinical Overview

Address claimant’s progress for return to work through clinical management

Health Stats

Use data and analytics to guide decision-making

Bill Approval

Apply retrospective bill repricing and order redirection by managing
out-of-network utilization

Our comprehensive ancillary services are easily navigated and provide a vast network of carefully-vetted, quality providers offering medical equipment and services and home health care.

Quality durable medical equipment and services

Our DMEPOS accredited program offers direct contracts with more than 8,000 best-in-class providers nationwide for durable medical equipment (DME), imaging services, diagnostic, and specialty services, such as transportation and translation. The breadth of this network provides access to more than 35,000 items and services in all 50 states, while offering savings off FECA rates.

We make it easy for injured workers to receive medical equipment and supplies, as well as the fittings, deliveries, set-up, and training needed for effective therapeutic care. Our cost-effective, well-monitored program emphasizes exceptional customer service, efficacy, and cost-containment.

Here’s a small sample of the kinds of equipment, supplies, and services we offer: 

  • Canes and crutches
  • Hearing aids
  • Orthotics and prosthetics
  • Respiratory therapy
  • TENS and electro-medical devices
  • Wheelchair and scooter repair

Professional home health care

Our home health care services include specialty-nursing, aides, and therapists committed to rapid response for service placement and treatment. The result is reduced costs for you and improved outcomes for injured workers. Our home health care services feature a network of nearly 2,500 fully credentialed providers and includes complete reporting and analysis of all home healthcare spend.

We designed our home health care program to decrease overall recovery time and cost of therapy. Convenient, comfortable, in-home treatment options include infusion therapy for pain management and antibiotic administration. Care is administered by:

  • Registered Nurses (RNs)
  • Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs)
  • Physical therapists
  • Occupational therapists
  • Certified home health aides
  • Social workers

These professionals not only provide valuable oversight of medication therapy and other aspects of care, but can help mitigate the risk of complications, and ensure maximum efficacy of the care management plan. 

Click here for our ancillary referral form.