GlobalMed®, a Scottsdale, Ariz.-based virtual health solutions manufacturer and systems integrator, will provide the specialized and secure delivery systems, software platform and services to Excentium Inc., a Prime SDVOSB based in Virginia that has been awarded a five-year contract to provide maintenance, service and support to the Defense Health Agency’s Virtual Health delivery systems.
Under the terms of the IDIQ, Excentium and GlobalMed will provide proprietary evidence-based and clinical data aggregation software, program management, cybersecurity and on-site user training functions to virtual health delivery systems located in military treatment facilities around the world.
“Excentium has supported the Military Health System and our active service members since company inception 13 years ago. As a Veteran, I am ecstatic to continue to support the DHA,” says Colin Corlett, Excentium’s president and CEO. “Virtual health and telehealth are two key drivers in making healthcare more accessible to our active duty members and Veterans. We are proud to work with our partner, GlobalMed, to continue to provide value toward bettering healthcare delivery to our service men and women.”
“As a Veteran Owned Small Business and vertically integrated telemedicine provider to the White House, Department of Defense, and to over 1,200 Veteran Administration hospitals and clinics nationwide, we are honored to continue our service to the DHA alongside Excentium,” says Joel E. Barthelemy, founder and CEO of GlobalMed. “We are committed to transforming healthcare for service members through the quality and expanded access to care that telemedicine offers.”