Leidos wins $178M contract to support Military Health System

Company will support Nurse Advice Line

Leidos has won a single-award $178 million contract with the Defense Health Agency to provide support for the Nurse Advice Line that will augment the Military Health System.

The Nurse Advice Line program is designed to advance the DHA's goals of improving the availability and quality of care for its beneficiaries while reducing overall cost, Leidos said in a release.

Under the contract, the company will provide consultative, analytical, decision making, managerial and implementation support services.

The scope of work includes call center, nurse triage and medical appointing services as well as administrative support.

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