3 Firms Awarded $65M in Navy Medical Record Service Contracts

The U.S. Navy has awarded SDV InternationalStandard Technology and Technology, Automation & Management separate contracts worth potentially $65 million in total to provide a range of medical documentation services.

Task orders will include medical record coding, auditing and training services as well as clinical documentation improvement specialist support, the Defense Department said Tuesday.

The small business set-aside contracts have a combined base value of $20.8 million and the base period will run through Feb. 28, 2018.

DoD said work could extend through Feb. 28, 2020 if the Navy exercises all options.

The Naval Medical Logistics Command received 14 proposals for the contracts and obligated $20.8 million at the time of award from Defense Health Program funds in fiscal 2017.

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