Acarix, a leader in acoustic and AI-based cardiac diagnostics, announces today the first order from the US Veterans Health Administration (VA) consisting of 11 CADScor®Systems and 220 single-use patches. This order constitutes a breakthrough order with an initial value of SEK 1.0 million and with immediate delivery to the VA Southeast Louisiana Healthcare System.
The Veterans Health Administration is the largest integrated health care system in the US with more than 350,000 employees. The VA provides care for over 9 million enrolled US veterans each year at 171 hospitals and over 1,000 outpatient clinics.
“This initial order from the US Veterans Health Administration is the result of a well-defined strategy focusing on key reference customers. Not only does it open doors into the large VA health care system, but it also validates how well the CADScor System fits into the US health care system, which is also changing in favor of technologies that can contribute to early assessment and diagnosis. The long-term value of this initial order is in the recurring sales of one-time patches”, said Helen Ljungdahl Round, President and CEO of Acarix.
The VA Southeast Louisiana Healthcare System provides healthcare services at 8 locations in southeast Louisiana. Facilities include the New Orleans VA Medical Center and eight community-based outpatient clinics in Baton Rouge, Bogalusa, Franklin, Hammond, Houma, Slidell, St. John Parish, and Baton Rouge South.