Excentium Inc. has been awarded a five-year Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quality (IDIQ) contract with the Defense Health Agency (DHA) to provide maintenance, service and support activities for Virtual Health (VH) Telehealth carts located in Military Treatment Facilities (MTF) around the world. The specialized and secure delivery systems, software platform and services will be provided by GlobalMed, a virtual health solutions manufacturer and systems integrator.

Along with maintenance and support services, Excentium will provide program management, cybersecurity services while leveraging GlobalMed for on-site user training functions.

“Excentium has supported MHS and our active service members since company inception 13 years ago. As a Veteran, I am ecstatic to continue to support the DHA”, said Colin Corlett, Excentium’s President & CEO.“Virtual Health and Telehealth are two key drivers in making healthcare more accessible to our active duty members and veterans. Excentium is proud to work with our partner, GlobalMed to continue to provide value toward bettering healthcare delivery to our service men and women.”

To learn more about this award and our partner GlobalMed please visit their press release: