11 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

The following health IT vendor contracts and go-lives occurred in the past week.

Austin (Texas) Regional Clinic and the telemedicine company CirrusMD partnered to offer local employees 24/7 access to remote healthcare.

Streamline Health Solutions, an Atlanta-based revenue cycle solutions company, entered a reseller agreement with Allscripts Healthcare Solutions.

Owosso, Mich.-based Memorial Healthcare launched a 24/7 ICU monitoring program with Advanced ICU Care.

PatientPing, a Boston-based health IT company, entered new data-sharing partnerships with hospitals and health systems in Massachusetts.

Philadelphia-based Jefferson Health deployed Teladoc's telehealth platform.

Virginia Mason, a Seattle-based health system, expanded its partnership with Emmi, a patient engagement technology provider.

Midland-based MidMichigan Health will go live on Epic's EHR platform at all its medical centers, physicians' offices and outpatient care facilities on April 1.

Health First, a Rockledge, Fla.-based health system, integrated Meducation's patient medication instructions into all four of its hospitals' Allscripts Sunrise EHR workflows.

Lynchburg, Va.-based Centra Medical Group launched a new telehealth app with American Well.

Medical Center Hospital in Odessa, Texas, will launch Cerner's EMR system on April 1.

Sinai Hospital of Baltimore is the first hospital in Maryland to partner with PeraHealth for predictive analytics.

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