Astura Medical, a high-growth, innovative spine technology company, and Academy Medical, a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) with priority status with government purchasing agents, today announced their partnership for contracting within the Department of Defense (DoD) and VA.
Academy Medical’s goal is to provide sales channels, via contracts, to appropriate medical and surgical vendors, ultimately creating a streamlined, more efficient process for government purchasing agents. Astura Medical’s partnership with Academy Medical will help advance their penetration into the VA and DoD marketplace – resulting in better healthcare for our veterans and active military members and their families.
When looking for businesses to collaborate with in order to provide best-in-class technology to hospitals and physicians, Ryan Isham, Vice President of Med/Surg at Academy Medical, said, “It is our goal to partner with manufacturers that can provide the solutions, currently and in the future, that can help us provide value to the government while increasing the level of care veterans, active duty military, and their families receive. Through our partnership with Astura, we will be able to further deliver on that goal.”
Astura has established itself as one of the fastest growing companies in spine today, with annual revenue growth of 312% in 2017 and 104% in 2018. The company was founded in Dec. 2014 around a disciplined, multi-phased approach to the development, manufacturing, and distribution of spinal instrumentation and implants. The company’s unique approach has led to a number of innovative technologies such as their recently commercialized solutions – Half Dome X Expandable Posterior Lumbar Interbody System and Olympic MIS Posterior Spinal Fixation System.