11 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

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

1. HealthPartners Institute selected AMC Health to supply telemonitoring technology for its research into hypertension, the virtual care solutions provider announced Nov. 1.

2. Carle Foundation Hospital in Urbana, Ill., recently implemented its patient wayfinding application, Carle Map, which is powered by Connexient's MediNav solution.

3. Columbus Regional Health Physicians, a network of primary and specialty care physician offices within Columbus (Ind.) Regional Health, launched the Epic platform Nov. 1.

4. Cooley Dickinson Hospital in Northampton, Mass., recently deployed Epic's EMR platform.

5. Marshall Medical Center in Placerville, Calif., implemented the Epic EMR system Nov. 1.

6. Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic began the second phase of its $1.5 billion transition onto Epic, rolling out the system at Mayo Clinic Health System sites in Minnesota Nov. 4.

7. Lumberton, N.C.-based Southeastern Health kicked off its Epic EMR go-live Nov. 5.

8. The National Institutes of Health awarded Leidos three task orders directed toward IT solutions in a $45 million contract, the science and technology company announced Nov. 2.

9. Houston-based Texas Children's Hospital expanded its partnership with Omnicell to improve pharmacy operations, the medication adherence solutions provider announced Nov. 8.

10. Paso del Norte Health Information Exchange selected Innovaccer to integrate patient information across six practice sites, the health tech company announced Nov. 7.

11. Partners Connected Health, an IT-focused team at Partners HealthCare in Boston, tapped Validicto integrate patient-generated data into clinical workflows, the team announced Oct. 26.

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