Individually, We’re Effective. Together, We’re the Strongest Our Sector Can Be.
In an ever-evolving sector, an HDA membership unlocks doors to networking and customer outreach opportunities, research, member-developed education and supply chain resources to help your company thrive.
Interact With Experts. Build Your Organization.
No other organization convenes the breadth of supply chain expertise as HDA. Grow your business’ reach by joining the healthcare distribution sector’s premier membership organization.
Membership benefits include:
Access to federal and state advocacy team and resources
Networking opportunities across manufacturer, distributor and service provider companies
Access to HDA committees and industry working groups (applicable member types)
Discounted event registrations
Complimentary HDA publications and virtual learning opportunities
Listing in and access to the HDA online membership directory
Electronic mailings such as HDA Weekly Digest to keep informed of industry issues and trendsOpportunities to host and sponsor HDA events
Optimization and efficiency generation through work groups and advisory groups
Explore Membership Benefits
Hosted by HDA staff, our "Maximizing Your HDA Membership" webinar spotlights what an HDA corporate membership can unlock for professionals at all levels of the distribution sector.
Memberships That Help You Achieve Your Business Goals
We have a range of memberships representing each segment of the healthcare supply chain. Find the membership category that best describes your organization and explore what it could do for your business.
Distributors considering an HDA membership must purchase or receive pharmaceutical and health-related products in bulk quantities, inventory these products, distribute them in individual package quantities and provide other value-added services to its suppliers and healthcare providers.
HDA Manufacturers are primarily engaged in developing, manufacturing or labeling healthcare products.
Service provider membership
HDA service providers provide goods and services to distributors and manufacturers that are not intended for resale. These companies may include, but are not limited to, advertisers and consultants, public relations firms, media companies, brokers, hardware/software suppliers and publishers.
HDA international distributors must operate as a full-service, healthcare-related product wholesaler in a geographical area outside the United States and its territories.
Join a Network To Leverage the Strengths of an Industry
Together, we are creating a safe, efficient and secure supply chain for all Americans — become a part of it.
For more information, contact Lisa Kanfer, Vice President, Membership and Development.