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.
The Dept. of Veterans affairs handed imaging contracts to Calgary Scientific and Agilex to boost its mobile and remote access to diagnostic images.
The terms of the contract were not announced, but Agilex called the deal "competitive."
Agilex plans to build on Calgary’s ResolutionMD enterprise image-viewer, giving clinicians around the country secure, on-demand access on desktop and mobile devices.
The U.S. Dept. of Defense handed out $99.6 million in contracts to a trio of device makers, providing for radiology systems, patient monitoring and airborne bio-threat detection for a variety of military and civilian agencies.
A trio of medical device makers collected Pentagon supply deals worth a collective $234.3 million, according to recent Defense Dept. reports.