VNAA - Visiting Nurse Associations of America

How to Get Started With VNAA Member Value Plan

Savings plan designed for VNAA members to offer choice, solutions, and most importantly, significant savings on supplies, services and equipment.

In order to start using VNAA Member Value Plan (VNAA MVP) you are going to need to sign some forms.

  1. Download the VNAA MVP Sign-Up Packet (PDF).

  2. Download the "General Portfolio Participation Agreement (GPPA)" form or "General Portfolio Participation Agreement with Schedule (GPPA-S)" form.
    Each VNAA member will need to sign one of these forms in order to view the cost savings and pricing that their agency could receive by participating in VNAA MVP. Signing the GPPA does not commit VNAA members to anything other than the terms of the agreement. This is not an exclusive contract, and you are not required to purchase anything under this contract.

  3. OR

    *It is very important that the form(s) be completely legible and in pen.

  4. Email the completed form(s) to Chuck Koch at [email protected] or mail them to
      ATTN: Chuck Koch
      900 19th Street, NW, Suite 200
      Washington, DC 20006

  5. Once the form(s) is processed, your agency will be activated into VNAA's MVP program by the first or the 15th of the next month, depending on when your documentation was received. You will also receive from MedAssets a "Facility Number" via email.

  6. VNAA staff will then contact your agency to set up a Webinar to go over the detailed prices and cost-savings that VNAA MVP can offer your agency.

  7. Should you choose to take advantage of the savings, simply contact your local distributor(s) that you are currently using and let them know you are now a MedAssets member. They should be able to process your orders as normal but now be able to take advantage of the discounted savings available as part of the VNAA's MVP program.

If you have any questions, please contact VNAA's Corporate Relations Manager Chuck Koch at [email protected] or 202-384-1457.


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