The UK’s Leading Provider of Independent Case Management

3HUB Case Management Community

Providing experienced, independent case managers to meet your client’s needs

As the UK’s leading provider of independent case management, the 3HUB Case Management Community offers referrers access to a nationwide network of independent, professionally qualified and clinically led, experienced case managers.

With direct access to our community of independents, referrers have simplicity of choice to swiftly find the right case manager for their clients.

We provide independent case managers with structured, clinical, business and practical support.

As an independent case manager you can enjoy the financial and other benefits of being independent while being part of a collaborative and supportive, clinically focussed community.

Looking for a Case Manager?

3HUB offers referrers direct access to a wide network of highly experienced, clinically led, specialist, independent case managers to find the right match for your client’s needs.  3HUB Community Case Managers work at competitive rates both in the UK and worldwide.

Are you a Case Manager thinking of going independent?

Are you an experienced case manager and a qualified health professional considering independent practice?  3HUB provides all the clinical, business and practical support you need to help you make that step.

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Our latest in the series of informative Masterclasses
was held on 27th June 2024 

Independent Living Trials

3HUB and Enable Law were delighted to host the latest in our Masterclass series covering the thorny topic of Independent Living Trials.
We were pleased to welcome Huw Ponting and Dr Richard Maddicks who explored this in more detail – thank you both for your time and expertise!
Huw Ponting – Partner, Enable Law: “Independent Living Trials: How do they benefit the litigation?”
Dr Richard Maddicks – Clinical Neuropsychologist, Psychology Chartered: “Independent Living Trials: rehabilitation alchemy or poison chalice?”