14 recent vendor contracts, go lives

Here are 14 recent health information technology vendor contracts and go-lives affecting healthcare organizations.

1. Alameda Health System in Oakland, Calif., deployed an Epic EHR at the beginning of October.

2. OCHIN, a national nonprofit health IT organization that provides technology for community health centers, will extend access to its Epic EHR to North County Health Services in San Marcos, Calif.

3. Arrowhead Regional Medical Center will transition to an Epic EHR, unifying patient records on a single platform across the Colton, Calif.-based health system.

4. NYC Health + Hospitals will invest $224 million over the next 10 years in a partnership with GE Healthcare to upgrade medical imaging technology across the New York City-based health system.

5. New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Northwell Health will extend its agreement to use Allscripts' Sunrise inpatient EHR through 2027.

6. Mid-Valley Hospital in Omak, Wash., deployed a Cerner EHR to move its hospital and clinic onto the same digital records platform.

7. Doylestown (Pa.) Health patients can now view their health data directly on their iPhones through Apple's Health Records feature.

8. University of Vermont Health Network-Champlain Physician Hospital in Plattsburgh, N.Y., is the latest facility to move to UVM Health Network's Epic EHR system.

9. Redlands, Calif.-based Beaver Medical Group is implementing an Epic EHR across its network, with the go live anticipated for the end of the fourth quarter of 2019.

10. Charlottesville-based University of Virginia Health System integrated a digital referral network from Pieces Iris with its EHR to better connect patients with community resources that address their social determinants of health needs.

11. Boston-based Brigham and Women's Hospital will utilize New York City-based Fruit Street Health's telehealth platform to observe the effects of health and lifestyle changes in a study of individuals at risk for dementia and cognitive decline.

12. Tampa (Fla.) General Hospital opened a standalone telemedicine station from OnMed within the hospital in which employees can access on-demand, real-time consultations with physicians and automated pharmaceutical services.

13. Novant Health partnered with Tyto Care, a New York City-based developer of digital tools for at-home examination and diagnosis, to expand the Winston-Salem, N.C.-based system's virtual care offerings.

14. Department of Veterans Affairs is launching a multisite pilot program that will use Philips technology to provide remote and virtual care to veterans at their local veterans' service organizations.

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