13 vendor contracts, go-lives

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

1. Columbia-based University of Missouri extended its relationship with Cerner through 2025.

2. Lenoir Memorial Hospital in Kinston, N.C., selected Access' e-Signature solution to enhance patient engagement and improve efficiency.

3. Stillwater (Okla.) Medical Center implemented Vocera's Communication System for clinical communication.

4. Health Plan of San Joaquin with locations in French Camp and Modesto, Calif., will use McKesson Contract Manager to automate its contracting process with providers.

5. The Allgemeine Unfallversicherungsanstalt (General Accident Insurance Institution, AUVA) in Austria selected Cerner's Millennium EHR.

6. Millstone Township, N.J.-based Princeton Physicians' Organization chose HealthEC's population health management solutions.

7. Irvine, Calif.-based St. Joseph Health selected Datu to provide a mobile platform for communication with customers.

8. New York-based Independent Health Association contracted with Inovalon to provide its cloud-based analytics and intervention platform.

9. West Park Hospital in Cody, Wyo., will implement MEDITECH's 6.1 EHR platform.

10. Keck Medicine of the University of Southern California in Los Angeles selected Kyruus' ProviderMatch suite for patient access and referral management solutions.

11. The Indianpolis-based Indiana Health Information Exchange selected Clinical Architecture's Symedical software for enhanced terminology management and improved interoperability.

12. The Minnesota Department of Human Services chose 3M Health Information Systems as its analytics contractor.

13. The Defense Health Agency awarded Cerner a contract to replace the Military Health System's anatomic pathology laboratory information system.

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