The Defense Health Agency seeks information on the availability of tools, services and marketplace data for an upcoming project to centralize the Military Health System‘s care delivery approach.
A FedBizOpps notice posted Thursday says the DHA is exploring virtual video, image sharing, warfighter support, specialty care, integration and training service offerings that can help transform the MHS Virtual Health Program.
The 2017 National Defense Authorization Act mandates the agency to implement an MHS reorganization effort and expand primary, urgent, behavioral and specialty care services under the program.
Responses are due July 6.
The DHA noted it will review ideas and may invite contractors to present their ideas through a planned in-person meeting in August.