FUJIFIM Medical Systems U.S.A. announced Wednesday that it has agreed to a 10-year contract with the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs worth up to $768 million. The contract, part of the Digital Imaging Network-PACS (DIN-PACS) IV project, allows U.S. government healthcare providers to purchase and install solutions—including Synapse 5 PACS and Synapse VNA—from Fujifilm’s Synapse enterprise imaging portfolio.
Bill Lacy, FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A vice president of medical informatics, said in a prepared statement the company is “proud to have the proven ability to deploy our systems on the most secured networks on the world.”
“Fujifilm is honored to be awarded yet another impressive contract from the DoD, a valued customer that places great trust in our product and services, and our experienced team of professionals who have the knowledge to ensure smooth implementations,” Lacy said. “This DIN-PACS IV achievement speaks to the fact that Fujifilm operates its business at the highest-quality standards enabling FUJIFILM to provide world class healthcare solutions to our U.S. service members and Veterans.”
The contract includes a five-year base period and a five-year renewal option.