VA Awards 5-Year, $29M Telehealth Contract to AMC Health

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has awarded a five-year, $28.8 million contract to AMC Health to provide telehealth technology and services.

AMC Health will provide biometric remote patient monitoring devices and services, a patient portal for electronic health record access, an interactive voice response system to provide on-demand care information and medical reminders to patients, personal emergency response systems, televideo remote patient monitoring and medication management systems.

"AMC Health's outcomes-based approach to telehealth and ability to actively engage patients to proactively self-manage their chronic conditions perfectly aligns with the VA's telehealth goals. Both organizations focus on prevention and creating an environment in which people are motivated, engaged and feel responsible for their health," said Nesim Bildirici, president and CEO of AMC Health, in the release.

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