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TransactRx Announces New Partnership with GPO MPPG
Date:8/28/2013

Coral Gables, FL (PRWEB) August 28, 2013

TransactRx has formed a marketing relationship with Medical Practice Purchasing Group (MPPG) to bring medical practices savings on vaccines, and more. Offering adult vaccines through Medicare Part D now just became more profitable for healthcare provides using the TransactRx physician billing service for their vaccines.

MPPG is a group purchasing organization founded by a physician to provide medical practices the same discounts on vaccines that previously only the largest medical groups received. In today’s competitive environment, healthcare providers need all possible advantages and MPPG will bring you savings on vaccines of up to 40% from Sanofi Pasteur, Merck, MedImmune, and VaxServe. The savings will be significant and will begin as soon as a healthcare provider becomes a member.

Becoming a member of MPPG is simple and free. A MPPG membership will not only save a practice thousands of dollars on vaccine purchases, but also on many other products and services that medical practices use most such as medical and office supplies, liability insurance, and more – because it spent years negotiating contracts with over 15 vendors, including PSS Medical Supplies, Staples, Medi Waste, Jackson and Coker and more.

"We strongly believe that MPPG is the perfect complement to TransactRx’s Vaccine Manager software," said Brian K. Greenberg, M.D. "Purchasing vaccines using MPPG’s contracted discounts and utilizing TransactRx’s software creates an unbeatable combination to increase your practice’s revenues, while saving you and your patients valuable time." Brian K. Greenberg, M.D. continued to state, "the synergy that is created by using TransactRx and MPPG will boost your bottom l
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