Healthcare IT News September 17, 2021
Kat Jercich

The contract is aimed at procuring remote patient monitoring and telemedicine devices, to be distributed to VA facilities or to veterans.

The Department of Veterans Affairs published a $1 billion contract opportunity this week aimed at procuring remote patient monitoring and telehealth services to meet the needs of veterans.  

The Veterans Healthcare Administration “consistently seeks advances in digital health technologies to improve the quality of health for veterans, increase the quality of health care available throughout VHA, improve the efficiency of health care providers and staff, [and] increase veterans’ overall satisfaction” with the VA and VHA, a spokesperson told Healthcare IT News.

Proposals are due on October 12.  

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