HP offers discounts to AMA members

Posted April 16, 2012

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The American Medical Association has announced that it is collaborating with HP to provide technology to AMA members at a discounted rate.

HP will be the AMA’s preferred vendor for technology products through the association’s Member Value Program. Through the program, AMA members, their families and staff are eligible to buy products at special rates and also receive free shipping. AMA members also will have access to HP experts who can discuss available products and discount options.

“The American Medical Association believes that reliable hardware is the foundation to support a strong medical practice,” said Robert Musacchio, PhD, senior vice president of publishing and business services for the AMA. “We’re excited to work with HP to provide our members with the products that offer the best opportunity to improve their practices and patient outcomes.”

The special offers can be found online (link). Members also can call 800-888-3371 and mentioned passcode “AMA” for more information.

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