10 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

Here are 10 recent health IT vendor contracts and go-lives.

1. Dayton, Ohio-based Kettering Health Network recently deployed Arches Technology's My Care Compass, a digital patient navigation tool.

2. Buoy Health entered into an agreement with CVS Health to deploy its artificial intelligence solution at 1,100-plus MinuteClinics nationwide, the technology startup confirmed May 8.

3. Jefferson City, Mo.-based Capital Region Medical Center selected Cerner as its new EHR and revenue cycle management solutions provider, the health IT vendor confirmed May 7.

4. The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration in Indianapolis will transition its state-run inpatient psychiatric facilities to Cerner's EHR, the health IT vendor confirmed May 9.

5. Mayo Regional Hospital in Dover-Foxcroft, Maine, recently revealed plans to implement Cerner's Millennium EHR and revenue cycle solutions at its acute care and ambulatory facilities.

6. Color rolled out a preventive healthcare effort with launch partners including San Francisco-based UCSF Health and the University of Chicago Medicine, the genetic testing company announced May 6.

7. Arkansas Children's Hospital in Little Rock expanded its vendor agreement with CynergisTek, the healthcare cybersecurity company announced May 10.

8. Brentwood, Tenn.-based American Addiction Centers will implement an artificial intelligence tool from EarlySense at its treatment facilities nationwide, American Addiction Centers confirmed May 8.

9. Northern Valley Indian Health in California will swap out its current EHR for a system from eClinicalWorks, the health IT vendor confirmed May 9.

10. The Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System will implement LiveData's PeriOp Manager throughout its eight operating rooms, the company confirmed May 7.

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