News | March 12, 2013

Brit Systems Awarded VHA Contract

March 12, 2013 — Brit Systems announced that Novation, the healthcare supply chain expertise and contracting company for VHA, has awarded the company a three-year contract with the potential for two expansion years. The contract starts May 1, 2013, and covers all of Brit Systems’ products, including PACS (picture archiving and communication systems), RIS (radiology information systems), teleradiology and critical results reporting. VHA is a national network of not-for-profit healthcare organizations.

“BRIT is delighted to become a supplier to VHA and to be able to support their large and growing membership across the United States,” said Shelly Fisher, president of BRIT Systems. “VHA has a vigorous process of assuring their members receive industry-best products and prices. This contract allows members to purchase the entire portfolio of Brit’s quality products at these negotiated discounts.  Additionally, Brit qualifies as a diversity supplier for members, allowing them to fulfill their diversity purchasing goals. BRIT shares VHA’s goals of providing the best products at the best prices and we look forward to a long relationship with them and their members.”

For more information: www.brit.com

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