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United States : IBA wins new contract with USAMRMC for Research, Scientific, Management and Technical Support Services.

IBA has won a new deal with the United States Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC) to offer Research, Scientific, Management and Technical Support Services for Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC).

The contract spanning over a two-year period of performance and worth $11M will allow IBA to provide support in the fields of telehealth, medical simulation, medical robotics, unmanned systems, and mobile solutions.

IBAs Senior Vice President Mr. Karthik Srinivasan announced the contract, saying, IBA is pleased to provide leading edge support to U.S. Army in the areas of telemedicine, mobile health, unmanned systems and robotics research, clinical research, network administration, information assurance, and cellular, end-user software engineering services. IBA is at the forefront of innovation and scientific research in Health IT through its support for TATRC at U.S. Army. This is a great win for IBA and further enhances its market position in telemedicine, advanced medical technology and Health IT services.

IBA Director of Operations Mrs. Julie Olson said, IBA is pleased to continue its decade of operational support to U.S Army with yet another exciting win. Through this award, IBA will provide high quality experts such as Telehealth Manager, Physicians, Combat Medics and Mobile Health Manager. IBA looks forward to supporting U.S. Army TATRC in technical innovations to military health care.

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Date:Sep 15, 2017
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