12 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

Here are 12 recent health information technology vendor contracts and go-lives affecting healthcare organizations.

1. Fort Bragg, Calif.-based Mendocino Coast District Hospital has indefinitely delayed installation of its new $4 million Meditech EHR over a misunderstanding regarding contract expectations between the vendor and the hospital.

2. Utica, N.Y.-based Mohawk Valley Health System deployed an Epic EHR June 29.

3. The Cerner EHR implementation at Washington's Department of Social and Health Services is currently delayed as the state negotiates its $32 million contract with the EHR vendor.

4. Renton, Wash.-based Providence St. Joseph Health will launch Microsoft Azure as well as some of the technology giant's artificial intelligence tools to help manage the health system's electronic health data.

5. Jefferson Health has partnered with NeuroFlow to launch a digital platform helping clinicians remotely track and treat patients' mental health, the Philadelphia-based organizations announced July 9.

6. Piedmont Columbus (Ga.) Regional launched an Epic EHR at several of its campuses as part of Atlanta-based Piedmont Healthcare's $30M project to implement a single records system.

7. Carrollton, Ga.-based Tanner Health launched a new Epic EHR at its nearly 40 outpatient clinics and urgent care facilities July 1.

8. Charlotte, N.C.-based Atrium Health has partnered with Babyscripts to offer its patients access to the Washington, D.C.-based virtual care company's pregnancy management app.

9. Renton, Wash.-based Providence St. Joseph Health is teaming up with Microsoft to build a new high-tech hospital

10. Geisinger has tapped Medial EarlySign, an Israeli healthcare software company, to help the Danville, Pa.-based health system develop and deploy a suite of machine learning-powered digital solutions to identify patients at risk of high-burden diseases.

11. Houston-based Texas Medical Center and ABB, a robotics company headquartered in Switzerland, will launch a non-surgical robotics research and development facility at the TMC Innovation Institute.

12. Nashville, Tenn.-based Ascension Saint Thomas hospital partnered with Contessa, an acute home care management company, to offer its patients home recovery care services such as telehealth appointments and remote monitoring.

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