News | February 04, 2015

Intelerad Solutions Awarded GSA Schedule 70 Contract

Medical solutions now available through GSA Advantage! website

February 4, 2015 — Intelerad Medical Systems has been awarded a five-year, Schedule 70 contract with the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA). In awarding the contract, the federal government recognizes Intelerad as a preferred vendor that is fully authorized to conduct business directly with federal government agencies.

Randall Oka, president and CEO of Intelerad, commented: “Having obtained a contract with the GSA, we look forward to providing a seamless purchasing process for government organizations who are interested in deploying our best-of-breed medical imaging solutions.”

Established in 1999, Intelerad’s solutions facilitate image archiving and workflow management, offsite reading and reporting, performance and quality management, enterprise viewing and multi-method reporting. Intelerad also provides analytics tools that allow organizations to source data directly from their PACS, allowing them to effectively evaluate and improve day-to-day operations.

In addition to their product offerings, Intelerad is also renowned for its industry-leading customer support, which is available 24/7 and includes remote monitoring of systems.

As part of their GSA Schedule 70 contract, Intelerad solutions are now available through the GSA Advantage! website, which facilitates the procurement of products and services for government organizations.

For more information: www.intelerad.com

 

 

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