12 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

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

1. Glasgow, Ky.-based T.J. Regional Health selected Marathon Health's MedicalHome@Work model for onsite population health management, patient advocacy, health assessments and disease management.

2. Palos Heights, Ill.-based Radiology & Nuclear Consultants and Community Imaging chose McKesson Business Performance Service's full revenue cycle management services.

3. Williamsport, Pa.-based Susquehanna Health contracted with Aegis Health Group to support population health initiatives and develop a program to foster partnerships with local businesses.

4. Bethlehem, Pa.-based St. Luke's University Health Network will implement Strata Decision Technology's StrataJazz solution for financial planning, performance and analytics.

5. Boston Medical Center selected Aruba's Meridian mobile app platform and wireless network to expand wireless coverage on its campus.

6. Quincy, Mass.-based CareWell Urgent Care selected athenahealth's suite of services for connectivity, including an EHR and practice management and patient engagement services.

7. Sioux Falls, S.D.-based Avera Health System will use MEDITECH's 6.1 web-based EHR.

8. Williamsport, Pa.-based Susquehanna Health also selected SONIFI Health's interactive patient system and EMR for Williamsport Regional Medical Center.

9. Kansas City, Mo.-based Clay-Platte Family Medicine Clinic will use ALR Technologies' Health-e-Connect remote chronic care management system.

10. New York City-based Mount Sinai Health System announced Wednesday it has selected InterSystems HealthShare as its interoperability platform.

11. New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli approved Norwalk, Conn.-based Xerox's $565 million contract to build and run the state's new Medicaid computer system.

12. Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital in Valencia Calif., is now live on Summit Care Exchange's Provider Alert platform to automatically send continuation of care documents.

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