The Defense Dept. handed out some $66.7 million in supply contracts to 5 medical device makers, covering Pap test kits, radiology and patient monitoring systems.
Welch Allyn won the largest pot, with a $43.7 million deal representing the 5th option of a 9-year contract for patient monitoring systems, accessories, parts and training. The company landed a similar contract last year.
Welch Allyn’s contract covers technologies and services rendered in New York, with a June 2015 completion date, according to the DoD announcement.
Hologic (NSDQ:HOLX) won a $32 million contract for its ThinPrep pap tests and related supplies. The contract is a fixed-price 5-year base contract with a September 39, 2019, completion date. Hologic owes its supplies to agencies in Massachusetts, the DoD said.
iCad (NSDQ:ICAD) landed a $12 million contract for radiology systems, representing the 4th of 7 possible 1-year extensions for its technology. iCad will provide its technology to agencies in New Hampshire, according to the memo.
InVivo Therapeutics (OTC:NVIV) also won a radiology systems contract for $11.8 million, the 3rd year of its 7-year-optional contract with the DoD. InVivo’s services will be rendered in Florida, the DoD said.
Digirad Corp.(NSDQ:DRAD) was the last of the radiology contract winners, with a $10.9 million modification representing the 5th option on a 7-year contract. Digirad will provide its services in California, according to the DoD notice.