Who Qualifies for Association Group Purchasing?
Association groups include a vast range of organizations that bond together to leverage the law of large numbers.
- Industry Associations
- Professional Groups
Not sure your association qualifies? Reach out to our team to see how you might be able to use association group purchasing to access better employee benefit programs.
Why Use a Purchasing Group for Associations? Better prices. Better benefits.
Your association joins together smaller organizations which then, as a group, buy health insurance or other employee benefits.
This adds value to your membership. With an Association Plan, everyone is on the same plan — your association members have the same rates, enter the same risk pool, and access the same exact benefits programs.
The Difference Between Group Purchasing Organizations (GPOs) and Purchasing Group
You’d be forgiven for thinking a GPO and Purchasing Group are the same thing.
A Group Purchasing Organization (GPO) specializes in group purchasing for others. It’s an organization that purchases in bulk for itself or others.
A Purchasing Group is any set of smaller individuals or entities that have other services or offerings and leverage group purchasing to bring down costs.
We help you use both.
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