11 recent vendor contracts, go lives

Here are 11 recent health information technology vendor contracts and go-lives affecting healthcare organizations.

1. After experiencing an active shooter situation just outside its facility in March, Rancho Mirage, Calif.-based Eisenhower Health partnered with Mobile Heatbeat to develop a communication network specifically for emergency and disaster response situations.

2. Dallas-based Tenet Healthcare and NTT Data Services formed a new, multiyear agreement to enhance technology services and infrastructure within Tenet's care network.

3. Las Vegas-based ER at Blue Diamond, which is an extension of Spring Valley Hospital in Las Vegas, recently deployed a Cerner EHR.

4. Emory Healthcare in Atlanta partnered with Vital, a cloud-based emergency department triage software, on a pilot program aimed at reducing ED wait times and overall length of patient stays.

5. Northwell Health and Allscripts have teamed up to develop and deploy a cloud-based, voice-enabled EHR across the New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based health system.

6. WakeMed Health & Hospitals implemented predictive analytics software from Pera Health, a software-as-a-service company, that sorts through EHR data to identify potential predictors for decline in a patient's health.

7. Boulder (Colo.) Community Health deployed an Epic EHR across its network Oct. 1.

8. Adventist Health Ukiah Valley (Calif.) installed a digital platform from Synzi, a virtual care company, that aims to better facilitate pre-examination and procedure communication with patients.

9. Lexington (Neb.) Regional Health Center will implement Cerner's EHR cloud-based platform.

10. Porter Medical Center in Middlebury, Vt., will deploy the first wave of its new Epic EHR system Nov. 1.

11. Mullica Hill, N.J.-based Inspira Health selected MD Live as its new telehealth provider.

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