Software provider earns contracts
Berkeley Heights-based Authentidate Holding Corps., a software provider for health care organizations, announced Tuesday that it had received several contracts.
"We believe that the underlying investment thesis for our company remains promising as evidenced by our recent new contract signings, both in the government and commercial sectors, as well as the near and long-term new business opportunities we are pursuing," Ben Benjamin, CEO of Authentidate, said in a news release. "While there were challenges to overcome during the past fiscal year, we are confident the current climate of healthcare reforms and industry trends to lower costs, automate healthcare processes and shift to preventative patient care will be significant growth drivers for our business."
Authentidate’s most recent business achievements include:
- The U.S. General Services Administration awarded the company an Information Technology Equipment Schedule 70 contract for its management products. This will allow all U.S. government agencies to purchase Authentidate’s products and services.
- The Department of Veteran Affairs extended its Home Telehealth Devices and Services contract.
- Yankee Alliance, a leading health care group purchasing company, awarded Authentidate two contracts for its telehealth products and services and its automated hospital discharge solutions.
- Canton-Potsdam Hospital of New York selected Authentidate’s InscrybeMD telehealth solution to support its patient needs.
- Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center also selected the InscrybeMD to provide clinical services to patients remotely.
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