Featured Vendors
To better serve our member health centers, all of which have a constant need to purchase or contract for products and services, we identify and partner with select vendors that have demonstrated the ability to provide high-quality goods and services and a dedication to excellent customer service and unquestionable business ethics. Vendors that work with community and migrant health centers (C/MHCs) in the spirit of our mission return a small share of Region X revenue to NWRPCA to support our programs and general operations, with no strings attached. We call these companies “featured vendors.”

Our Current Featured Vendors

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Through our partnership with Community Health Ventures' Value in Purchasing ProgramMcKesson Medical Supplies offers our members a large selection of quality national brands along with its own proprietary brand and promises a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Physician offices, surgery centers long-term care facilities, and home care providers purchase supplies from McKesson. Examples of medical supplies McKesson offers are needles and syringes, vaccine and test kits, custom procedure trays, diabetic supplies, gloves and masks. McKesson, through Community Health Ventures, also partners with Oregon Primary Care Association (OPCA) and Washington Association of Community & Migrant Health Centers (WACMHC).



 Henry Schein Medical Division offers our members a comprehensive selection of products and services, operating through a centralized and automated distribution network, with a selection of more than 120,000 branded products. This featured vendor association is through our partnership with Community Health Ventures' Value in Purchasing Program.




Through Community Health Venture's Value in Benefits (ViB) program, Nonstop Administration and Insurance Services Inc. is proudly changing the way health centers and their employees access healthcare with the partially self-funded health insurance program, Nonstop Wellness. The Nonstop Wellness program decreases the annual costs of employer-sponsored health insurance for community health centers while reducing or eliminating copays, deductibles and coinsurance. Nonstop's mission is to ensure the growth and sustainability of the health centers they serve –starting with the health and wellbeing of their employees.


At BlueNovo, we align ourselves with healthcare organizations to develop optimal strategies for long-term success and implement real solutions that exceed organizational needs.  We help healthcare organizations improve quality, productivity, and competitiveness to meet and exceed strategic goals. Our own mission reflects that of our clients – supporting healthcare providers in delivering the highest quality of care to all patient communities. Our responsibility is to offer a full suite of healthcare technology services and solutions, so that our clients can focus on what they do best – delivering high quality care. We believe in the mission to provide access to health care for all people, and our goal is to ensure Community-based Healthcare Organizations can continue doing so at the highest level of efficiency possible.


Founded in 2014, Certintell is the brainchild of Founder Ben Lefever. His goal is to provide telehealth services to the low-income underserved population and help address the U.S. healthcare systems’ twin challenges of rapidly rising and unsustainable costs and the growing gap in access to primary care providers.  Certintell is a cloud-based telehealth software platform designed to extend the reach of your providers while optimizing your existing workflows, enabling communication and elevating your brand.  Telehealth can increase touch points throughout the continuum of care by making virtual care synonymous with in-person care. Certintell offers a single platform that adapts to fit your unique workflows and needs, while scaling with you to include additional service lines, providers and patients.

How does a company become a “featured vendor”?

Generally, this happens in one of three ways:
  • We rely on the connections and good judgment of our national partner, Community Health Ventures, to recommend vendors as partners.
  • The vendor has done business with some of our members, and the members recommend the company.
  • The vendor expresses an interest in starting to do business in Region X, and is then reviewed by staff and board, after which a pilot project with a few NWRPCA members verifies the company’s quality, service and ethics.

Check this page regularly to discover other vendors in which NWRPCA has placed its trust on behalf of its member health centers. You may assume a featured vendor is sharing a small part of its Region X revenue with the regional PCA. NWRPCA members who do business with featured vendors may request an annual accounting of the revenue share the PCA has earned from that business. Contact us for that information.
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