Army Selects 12 Small Businesses for Follow-On Direct Care Medical Services Program


patient care health recordThe U.S. Army has selected 12 companies to provide physician, nursing or ancillary healthcare services under the potential four-year, $213 million Direct Care Medical Services-Generation Two contract vehicle.

ADCMS-G2 is structured as a small business set-aside program and will run through May 31, 2020, the Defense Department said Friday.

Distinctive Spectrum Healthcare JV, Matrix Providers, Caduceus Healthcare, Defense Civilian Medical Associates and Jefferson Government Services are eligible to vie for up $102 million in physician services delivery orders under the program.

The Army also picked Distinctive Spectrum Healthcare JV and Matrix Providers as well as Tistcorp II, BTL Technologies and Potomac Healthcare Solutions to bid on nursing orders worth up to $59 million.

International Healthcare Staffing Alliance, Saratoga Medical Center, Medpro Technologies and Vesa Health & Technology can compete for up to $52 million in ancillary care services to the military branch.

According to a FedBizOpps notice, contractors will perform work within the Army Pacific Regional Medical Command’s geographic footprint.

The Army Medical Command solicited bids through an online-based competitive acquisition process and will obligate funds and determine work locations upon award of individual orders.

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