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pcm_30yearsOver 30 Years of Quality Care

1986

1986

ACT for Health, the name under which the company was originally founded, began providing home health care services.

2001

2001

Congress passed the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act (EEOICPA), providing health care and monetary compensation to former nuclear weapons workers who have become ill due to workplace exposure.

2002

2002

ACT for Health became the first enrolled home health care provider under the EEOICPA, making it the nation’s only home health care provider to focus on former nuclear weapons complex workers.

2003

2003

ACT for Health began to also serve uranium workers eligible for health care benefits via the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act (RECA).

2004

2004

ACT for Health began doing business under the name Professional Case Management (PCM).

2004

2004

PCM hosted its first town hall meeting to educate communities about EEOICPA/RECA programs.

2005

2005

PCM began advocating for workers on a larger scale by meeting with local legislators to advise them about the program.

2006

2006

PCM met with the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) in Washington D.C. to discuss potential EEOICPA reforms to improve the authorization and payment processes for health care services. As part of PCM’s ongoing efforts to maintain a productive working relationship with the DOL, PCM felt compelled to openly challenge the agency when PCM believed that the agency was not acting it the best interest of the workers. This critical dialogue has helped ensure that claims processes follow the intent of the EEOICPA legislation.

2007

2007

PCM began serving spinal cord and brain Injury clients.

PCM and six former nuclear weapons workers challenged the U.S. Department of Labor with a class-action, non-monetary relief lawsuit to ensure that workers continued to receive access to medical benefits.

2008

2008

PCM founded Cold War Patriots (CWP), a community resource organization dedicated to providing information and resources, advocacy support, and community recognition for former nuclear and uranium workers. PCM TRIALS began coordinating and conducting in-home clinical trials.

2009

2009

PCM successfully settled its class-action lawsuit after the U.S. Department of Labor agreed to improve its medical authorization practices. No monetary relief was sought or obtained through this lawsuit.

2009

2009

CWP lobbied Congress to establish a National Day of Remembrance on October 30th in honor of former nuclear weapons and uranium workers.  

2009

2009

CWP hosted its first community resource fair.

2010

2010

CWP hosted its first worker advocates’ conference in Washington D.C.

2011

2011

CWP began visiting Washington D.C. regularly to advocate for program reforms.

PCM served its 1,000th EEOICPA client.

2012

2012

CWP hosted expanded advocates’ conference in Washington D.C. CWP created a “Remembrance Quilt” in honor of former workers, which was later displayed in the Senate building in Washington D.C., and as a traveling exhibit across the nation.

2013

2013

CWP successfully lobbied Congress for the 5th annual National Day of Remembrance.

2014

2014

CWP successfully lobbied Congress to create a DOL Advisory Board on Toxic Substances and Worker Health.

2016

2016

PCM continues its commitment to excellence by providing superior home care for nuclear weapons and uranium workers, advocacy through our Cold War Patriots organization, in-home clinical visits for pharmaceutical trials and catastrophic home health care focusing specifically on spinal cord and traumatic brain injuries.

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