10 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

The following health IT vendor contracts and go-lives were reported by Becker's Hospital Review during the past week.

1. Holton (Kan.) Community Hospital recently added telemedicine capabilities to its emergency room through an agreement with Avera eCARE Services.

2. Stanton, Texas-based Martin County Hospital selected Cerner CommunityWorks for its acute and ambulatory care facilities, the health IT vendor confirmed Jan. 31.

3. Carrollton, Ala.-based Pickens County Medical Center will implement Cerner's integrated EHR and revenue cycle management systems, the health IT vendor confirmed Feb. 5.

4. The Texas Hospital Association partnered with Clearwater Compliance, a healthcare cyber-risk management and regulatory compliance solutions company, the organizations announced Feb. 5.

5. The Indiana Health Information Exchange selected the Diameter Health platform for a pilot project focused on clinical data normalization and standardization, the company confirmed Feb. 7.

6. On Jan. 26, Johns Hopkins Aramco Healthcare became the first hospital in Saudi Arabia to implement an Epic EHR.

7. In a partnership with the International Olympic Committee, GE Healthcare developedan advanced analytics solution for use at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea.

8. Milwaukee-based Children's Hospital of Wisconsin partnered with Grand Rounds, a provider of patient-matching solutions, to extend its remote consultation services, the company confirmed Feb. 6.

9. Boston-based Atrius Health implemented a natural language processing platform from Linguamatics Health to extract clinical information from unstructured patient data, the company announced Feb. 1.

10. The Institute for Informatics at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis entered into a partnership with healthcare analytics startup MDClone, the university announced Feb. 1.

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