11 Recent Health IT Vendor Contracts and Go-Lives

The following is a roundup of recent health IT vendor contracts and go-lives reported within the last week:

1. Derby, Conn.-based Griffin Hospital announced it selected athenahealth's athenaCoordinator Enterprise for its care coordination services.

2. St. Louis-based Missouri Baptist Medical Center announced it selected Vocera Communication System to improve workflow across the hospital.

3. Shenandoah (Iowa) Medical Center announced a go-live using Allscripts Sunrise electronic health record.

4. Oklahoma City-based First Med Urgent Care announced a go-live using DocuTAP's EHR and practice management software.

5. The Health Federation of Philadelphia announced it selected i2i Systems for population health management.

6. Hartford, Conn.-based Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center announced a go-live using EpiCare, an EHR from Epic.

7. Lewisburg, Pa.-based Evangelical Community Hospital announced it selected dbtect's eFolders to streamline financial and administrative workflow.

8. Worcester, Mass.-based UMass Memorial Health Care announced it implemented Lumināt's advance care planning platform that incorporates patients' end-of-life requests into their EHR.

9. Indianapolis, Ind.-based American IHealth Network announced a go-live using eClinicalWorks Care Coordination Medical Record.

10. Springfield, Ill.-based Southern Illinois University HealthCare announced a go-live using Allscripts TouchWorks EHR.

11. Cut Off, La.-based Lady of the Sea General Hospital announced it selected T-System's Emergency Department Information System to integrate with its EHR system and help improve workflow of physicians and nurses.

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