GUAM – San Diego-based Peak Government Services, Inc. and two other companies won contracts totaling $121 million for medical record services at Naval hospitals on Guam and throughout the continental United States.

Peak Government Services was awarded a contract of $45 million while Virginia-based Diamond Solutions took a $34 million contract and a contract of $42 million went to El Segundo, California-based Caban Resources, according to the Naval Supply Systems Command announcements.

The multiple-award firm fixed priced contracts will last for a base period plus three optional periods of one year each and another optional period of eight months, according to the solicitation number N0018910RZ001. The contracts cover medical records at the Guam Naval Hospital as well as Naval hospitals in Japan, Hawaii and throughout the continental United States.

“The resultant contractors shall provide medical records coding services; provide medical records coding training that is tailored to the healthcare providers; create templates for healthcare providers in the Government provided computer system; provide quality control/auditing services; and provide medical record administration services,” according to the contract.

For more information on the contracts, see this link.

 

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