Carestream Health today won a $571 million contract with the Department of Defense to supply it with radiology systems, accessories and training, according to a DoD release.
The 5-year firm-fixed-price, indefinite-deliver, indefinite-quantity contract will position Carestream to supply equipment to the Air Force, Army, Navy, Marine Corps and federal civilian agencies.
Rochester, N.Y.-based Carestream was chosen out of 27 companies competing for the contract, according to a DoD release.
In September, Carestream said it won a potentially $150 million Digital Imaging Network-Picture Archiving and Communication System contract with the U.S. government to supply it with medical image management products and services.
Through the contract, Carestream will supply IT products including its Clinical Collaboration platform, Vue Motion universal viewer, MyView patient portal and Vue Beyond management dashboard. The new contract includes a 5-year base period, with 1 5-year option period, the company said.
Earlier in September, Carestream said it won FDA 510(k) clearance for its OnSight 3D extremity system. The company’s newly cleared device uses cone beam CT tech to capture weight-bearing and other types of extremity exams. The system is designed for use by orthopedic and sports medicine practices, hospitals, imaging centers, urgent care facilities and other healthcare providers, the company said.
DeviceTalks Minnesota's leadership track is designed to provide attendees with insights on topics such as:
Use code SAVE15 to save 15%!