Complex Made Simple

ATF Medical is your total solution for all equipment, supplies and services that catastrophic workers’ compensation claims require. We specialize in complex care. While many companies concentrate on product lines, we deliver complete, outcomes-driven solutions for injured workers.

Workers’ Comp Expertise

Our specialists combine a deep understanding of workers’ compensation with in-depth knowledge of equipment and housing solutions to produce optimal outcomes.

INNOVATIVE
SOLUTIONS

We collaborate with you and leading manufacturers for clinically driven, outcomes-based Durable Medical Equipment solutions for all the claim’s needs.

STELLAR
SUPPORT

Rapid response, clinically driven recommendations, continuous communication and a dedicated account manager takes work off your desk.

NATIONWIDE
SCOPE

We are a nationally accredited provider focused on outcomes, serving injured workers throughout the US.

Most companies sell equipment,

ATF Medical equips a lifestyle.

Our workers’ comp expertise and outcomes-driven solutions provide a better quality of life for injured workers and cost savings for clients.

HOW WE WORK

ATF provides comprehensive

tools to independence.

ATF Medical produces comprehensive solutions for maximum functionality.

  • Rehab technology
  • Mobility products
  • Adaptive housing solutions

Understanding workers’ compensation

sets us apart.

We’re experts in complex rehabilitation solutions – providing everything you need to produce successful outcomes in catastrophic cases.

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR SOLUTIONS AND SERVICES

Kevin Wallace, the Wheelchair Guy for Wilson High’s Special Olympics

It comes as no surprise that ATF Medical’s employees are giving, caring people or that the company gives them each a paid volunteer day each year. Even before joining the company five years ago, Rehab Specialist Kevin Wallace, ATP, CRTS, threw himself into the Berks County, Pennsylvania Special Olympics. Known there as “the wheelchair guy,” Kevin totes his tools and programmer to the event every year and adjusts wheel locks, walkers, and seats for attendees. He and his wife Kim have volunteered at the event for 20 years, to support the event and their son Connor, who has Down’s Syndrome. … Continue reading Kevin Wallace, the Wheelchair Guy for Wilson High’s Special Olympics

Complex Medical Equipment is Not a Commodity

This post was written by Rick Wyche, ATF Medical’s Senior Director of Business Development Joe Paduda’s blog post on buying workers’ compensation services was dead-on. If you missed it, please take a minute to read it. Paduda discussed the fact that some people tend to look at a lot of services as commodities – and acknowledged that some of them are. He cited pharmacy benefit management (PBMs) as an example, mentioning that the larger PBMs have bigger buying power. “In contrast, think clinically oriented services, those delivered to high-need patients, e.g., powered wheelchairs.” Now he was singing my song! “What … Continue reading Complex Medical Equipment is Not a Commodity

Shifting the Perspective – Injured Workers First!

ATF Medical’s Sr. Director of Business Development Rick Wyche, ATP, CEAC will participate in the “Shifting the Perspective” webinar on Tuesday, Oct. 27. The free webinar, produced by Workfinders USA, focuses on the positive ways that patient advocacy affects workers’ compensation claims outcomes. Rick helps workers who have experienced complex or catastrophic injuries obtain and use the most appropriate medical equipment and adaptive housing solutions for their conditions and situations. He will share how advocacy improves recovery, reduces disability, and produces the most positive experience for the injured worker. Natalie Torres, Senior Director of Client Solutions for Workfinders USA discusses … Continue reading Shifting the Perspective – Injured Workers First!