by Brendon Nafziger
, DOTmed News Associate Editor | May 10, 2011
Carestream Health said Tuesday it won a $45 million, two-year PACS contract with the federal government.
Under the DIN-PACS III (Digital Imaging Network/Picture Archiving and Communications System) contract, the Rochester, N.Y.-based company will supply PACS systems, subsystems and components to the Department of Defense, Veterans Administration, Indian Health Service and federal civilian agencies, Carestream said.
[Read why rising commodity costs made Carestream raise X-ray prices]
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The contract lasts until April 27, 2013, with two option periods available.
In October, Carestream won a $10 million Defense Department contract
for PACS systems.