OPGA Announces Website Redesign

Published in Orthotics & Prosthetics on January 20, 2021

OPGA is excited to unveil a new opga.com

Refreshed, redesigned, and enhanced for a more user-friendly experience, this updated website makes it easier for OPGA members to find the information they’re looking for.

“At OPGA, we strive to provide savings and solutions to our members to help their businesses thrive,” said Todd Eagen, president of OPGA. “With the new website, we’re making it even easier for members to find the valuable information they need so that they can spend more time on what truly matters—their patients.” 

Key features of the new website include:

  • News 
  • Services 
  • Events and Webinars 
  • Members-Only Portal 

New Members-Only Portal 

The members-only portal makes it even easier to get the exclusive OPGA member information, benefits, and resources you’re looking for. A single sign-on feature means you will be able to access all content exclusive to your membership with one username and one password.

Click here for instructions on getting registered or watch our video tutorial!

Part of Something Bigger With VGM & Associates

The new OPGA website is part of a larger web overhaul of vgm.com, the overarching member service organization that OPGA is a part of. This makes it easier to stay up to date on the DMEPOS industry with valuable connections, resources, education, services, and opportunities, ensuring that you are part of something bigger.


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