DOD awards $67M in contracts to Zoll, Philips

A pair of contracts went to medical device makers from the U.S. Department of Defense on Sept. 23. These were both 5-year contracts for "airworthy" defibrillators: $39.8 million for Zoll Medical and $27.4 million for Philips Healthcare ($PHG). Both are funded through the fiscal 2015 "war-stopper fund" appropriation, according to a DOD document. More

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