In-home Care Specialists for 30 Years
Nuclear Weapons & Uranium Workers
Professional Case Management (PCM) is the nation’s premier home care provider for nuclear weapons and uranium workers. In 2002, PCM became the first enrolled provider in the U.S. to serve clients under the EEOICPA program, which has no deductibles, no co-pays and have no cap on benefits. PCM has the most experience and expertise in providing superior home care to workers who have contracted chronic illnesses related to their work. PCM also helps individuals navigate the complex EEOICPA and RECA qualification process. PCM Impairments offers evaluations nationwide, by phone with an EEOICPA-enrolled physician.
Offers free impairment evaluations nationwide for anyone who holds a U.S. Department of Labor white medical benefits card. PCM Impairments offers a thorough medical records review plus an in-depth conversation with an EEOICPA-enrolled impairment physician. PCM Impairments believes this personal interaction with a physician provides the best impairment evaluation experience available.
Catastrophic Care Services
PCM is a specialized provider of catastrophic home health care, with a specific focus on caring for clients with spinal cord and brain injuries as well as degenerative diseases such as multiple sclerosis and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Spinal cord and traumatic brain injuries are complex, and can lead to a broad spectrum of other impairments, disabilities, and mental or emotional challenges. Such an injury can be devastating to an individual and his or her family. PCM can help families who find they have to cope with the unexpected effects of a sudden injury. PCM nurses receive hands-on training in hospitals or rehabilitation facilities, with specific focus on clients’ needs.
Nuclear Weapons & Uranium Workers Programs
For 30 years, Professional Case Management has been fulfilling its mission of helping people live at home by providing quality home health care. PCM is in the business of caring for people. That’s why our employees are our biggest asset—at the heart of home care are the people who give and support that care. When you bring your career to PCM, the work you do directly affects the lives of our clients. From the business leaders who shape our policies to the Nurses and Caregivers who nurture our clients, everyone at PCM has a role to play. Together we have the power to make a difference.
From humble beginnings in Denver, Colorado to 10 offices nationwide, our employees are dedicated to making peoples’ lives better. We are proud of the families and lives we have touched and continue to devote ourselves to elevating our standard of care and business practices. As we have grown, we have not lost sight of the great personal opportunity we have been provided. When a family invites us into their home, we strive to meet and exceed all their expectations. It is an honor to accept this challenge and provide the best possible care in the best possible place – the home.