VGM HOMELINK Toasts Silver Anniversary

For 25 years, the VGM division has helped connect commercial insurance and workers’ compensation programs to HME providers.

VGM Group Inc.’s HOMELINK division, which connects commercial insurance and workers’ compensation programs to HME providers, is celebrating its 25th year in business.

Founded in 1993, with two employees operating in 1,500 square feet of shared office space, HomeLink now occupies more than 51,000 square feet of office space employs 400 staffers who facilitate approximately 1,400 referrals per day. Dave Kazynski, president of HOMELINK, attributed his company’s success to its team.

“Most of our growth is because people on the floor handling day-to-day operations do such a remarkable job taking care of our customers,” Kazynksi said. “Our personal interaction paired with cost containment processes and dynamic system capabilities are what ensure our clients and their customers have a positive experience and achieve great outcomes.” 

Also with HOMELINK since its start, Senior Vice President Brent Hanson noted that flexibility, diversification and systems automation have also helped the company succeed.

“Through the years, we’ve had to be flexible, add product lines and bring on talented staff to efficiently handle the sheer volume of business,” Hanson said. “We work very hard, but we wouldn’t be where we’re at today without VGM Group providers of ancillary networks and great payer partners.” 

In addition to hosting some special events for staff, HOMELINK will celebrate the milestone by continuing its support of the SFM Foundation by sponsoring scholarships for children of workers disabled or fatally injured in work-related accidents.

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David Kopf is the Executive Editor of HME Business and DME Pharmacy magazine. Follow him on Twitter at @postacutenews.


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