11 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

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The following health IT vendor contracts and go-lives were reported within the past week.

1. Concentra, a healthcare company focused on occupational medicine, partnered with the telemedicine provider American Well.

2. Sheridan (Wyo.) Memorial Hospital worked with Cerner and Hospira to implement interoperable alarm technology.

3. Drchrono, a mobile EHR company, partnered with Apple and released a new feature: Kiosk.

4. The American Heart Association, the American Medical Association, DHX Group and the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society formed Xcertia, a new nonprofit corporation.

5. Carequality and CommonWell Health Alliance joined forces on a three-pronged agreement in an effort to extend providers' ability to request and retrieve EHR information from other providers.

6. Pennsylvania State University launched a 15-month telemedicine project to improve the quality of sexual assault forensic examinations. 

7. Cleveland-based MetroHealth moved patients' paper records to its Epic EHR in an effort to improve the health of inmates at Cleveland-based Cuyahoga County Jail.

8. Glasgow, Mont.-based Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital will upgrade to Meditech's web EHR in 2017. 

9. Nemours Children's Hospital in Orlando expanded its telemedicine program to the nurses' office of Morning Star Catholic School, a school for special needs students.

10. ColumbiaDoctors, a New York City-based and Columbia University-affiliated medical practice, implemented a mobile patient engagement platform. 

11. Solera Health, a Phoenix-based preventive health network that connects patients with payers and physicians to manage chronic diseases, launched a mobile app, SoleraONE.

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