11 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

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

1. Pikeville (Ky.) MedicalCenter will implement OpenVista InsightCS, an end-to-end patient access and revenue cycle management system.

2. Gaithersburg, Md.-based Adventist HealthCare has adopted Wellcentive's population health management technology.

3. South Carolina Office of Rural Health in Lexington has selected Azalea Health's platform for medical billing and practice management.

4. Sunrise, Fla.-based Sheridan Healthcare has expanded its contract with Candescent Health to create a network of more than 150 radiologists.

5. Campbell, Calif.-based Transcend Insights partnered with Austin, Texas-based Chiron Health, Austin, Texas-based Patient IO and San Francisco, Calif.-based Medisas on different components of its unified solution suite, HealthLogix.

6. Asheville, N.C.-based Mission Health will implement PeraHealth's clinical surveillance solutions suite.

7. Cumberland-based Western Maryland Health System implemented Dimensional Insight's business intelligence Diver Platform.

8. Kansas City-based University of Kansas Hospital plans to implement Cerner's HealtheIntent population health management software.

9. UPMC formed a partnership with Vivify Health, a mobile population health solutions company.

10. Direct Urgent Care in Berkeley, Calif., has partnered with drchrono for its EHR, patient access and medical billing platform solutions.

11. Mattoon, Ill.-based Sarah Bush Lincoln Health System will drop MEDITECH implement Cerner's EHR in fall 2016.

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