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Health Agencies Embracing Transformation With 3 Key Contract Opportunities

The healthcare sector is currently undergoing a revolution as it moves to implement new technologies and care strategies that have the potential to transform the ways these organizations operate. For the U.S. government, advancements in healthcare offer numerous opportunities to provide those who rely on public health offerings across the nation with top-notch care.

At the Potomac Officers Club’s 2023 Healthcare Summit on Dec. 6, you will have the chance to hear from both government and industry healthcare experts who will come together to discuss current challenges and priorities for federal health agencies. Speakers at the event will consider a wide range of topics, such as health research, patient privacy and more. Click here to learn more, and click here to register for the summit.

To procure the technologies and services underpinning the healthcare revolution, the federal government has made contracts a top priority. Many public sector healthcare organizations, including the Department of Health and Human Services and the Defense Health Agency, have planned out a wide variety of contracts for the future. Below are three notable healthcare contract opportunities coming up in the near future.

Global Nurse Advice Line Contract

Listed in the Defense Health Agency’s Long Range Acquisition Forecast, the Global Nurse Advice Line contract is intended to provide services that can support the network’s basic functions. The winner of this contract will be expected to deliver timely, professional and courteous nurse triage, care advice, care coordination and customer service for Military Health System beneficiaries on a 24-7 basis. The DHA expects that the contract will be valued between $100 million and $250 million and be awarded in quarter two of fiscal year 2024.

Move and Labor Services IDIQ

Within the Food and Drug Administration’s 2024 budget request, $423 million is dedicated to its headquarters, and this priority is reflected in the agency’s upcoming Move and Labor Services indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract. Under the contract, which is anticipated to be valued between $50 million and $100 million, the selected organization will provide support services for the agency’s Washington Metropolitan headquarters area and White Oak Campus.

PERM RC & ERC Combined Contract

Within the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, administrative activities encompass the planning, coordination and implementation of various programs under the Social Security Act and the establishment of associated policies and standards. CMS plans to issue its PERM RC & ERC Combined Contract, which centers administrative management and general management consulting support services, to help the agency achieve its administration goals in quarter two of FY24. It has an expected value of $50 million-$100 million.

These contracts are just a few ways in which government healthcare entities are looking to enhance their services and progress their missions. To learn more about current healthcare contract opportunities and access even more information about the 2023 Healthcare Summit, click here.

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