11 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

Here are 11 recent health IT vendor contracts and go-lives:

1. University Hospitals in Cleveland plans to deploy Allscripts' 2bPrecise platform to bring genomic data into patient care, the provider organization announced June 14.

2. Capital BlueCross is teaming up with telehealth provider American Well to launch a new virtual care app that can connect patients to physicians at any time through their smartphones.

3. Philadelphia, Miss.-based Neshoba County General Hospital and Nursing Home is implementing Cerner's integrated EHR and revenue cycle management system.

4. The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust signed a 15-year contract with Cerner to replace its Meditech EHR that has been in use since 1999.

5. The board of U.K.-based Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Foundation Trust approved a £42m ($55 million) clinical transformation program dubbed My Care, which includes the implementation of an Epic EHR.

6. Premera Blue Cross entered into a collaboration with InterSystems to bring together its members' clinical data using information from health information exchanges, provider EMRs and medical claims.

7. New York City-based Richmond Quality ACO went live on a population health management platform from Lightbeam Health Solutions, the company confirmed June 20.

8. Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic recently signed a working agreement with London-based blockchain startup Medicalchain.

9. Pueblo, Colo.-based Parkview Medical Center entered into a multiyear agreement with Pieces Technologies to connect its patients with community services using IT solutions.

10. Miami-based Mount Sinai Medical Center plans to implement a platform from Voalte to integrate Apple iPhones and the hospital's Epic EMR, the smartphone solutions provider confirmed June 19.

11. Orlando-based Florida Hospital is teaming up with telemedicine company World Housing Solution, which recently launched its Clinics on Wheels division, to provide telemedicine services in Puerto Rico.

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