15 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

Here are 15 recent health IT vendor contracts and go-lives:

1. The Defense Department said it extended the contract value for its Cerner EHR overhaul by $1.1 billion to assist in EHR standardization across the Coast Guard and the Veterans Affairs Department.

2. Anthem partnered with doc.ai, an artificial intelligence platform, to explore ways to use the technology to predict when patients will experience allergies.

3. Charleston, S.C.-based Roper St. Francis Healthcare deployed DocASAP's online appointment scheduling solution.

4. Piedmont Athens (Ga.) Regional Medical Center went live on an Epic EHR Aug. 1, scrapping the Cerner system the hospital had implemented four years ago.

5. Fredericksburg, Va.-based Mary Washington Healthcare implemented an Epic EHR system across its organization.

6. Monterey, Calif.-based Montage Health went live on the Epic EHR system Aug. 1.

7. Burlington, Mass.-based Lahey Health recently completed its transition to Google's G Suite platform.

8. Health Wizz partnered with Cape Fear Valley Hospital in Fayetteville, N.C., to pilot a mobile app it designed to help users aggregate, organize and share their medical records.

9. Hartford (Conn.) HealthCare joined forces with Innovaccer, a healthcare data platform company, to connect its 70-plus ambulatory practice sites.

10. Rhodes Group, a laboratory software solutions and consulting services provider, tapped InterSystems to manage its patient data.

11. Galway Clinic is now the first hospital in the United Kingdom and Ireland to go live on Meditech's newest EHR and patient administration system, a web-based platform called Expanse.

12. New Albany, Ind.-based PMC Regional Hospital signed a contract to implement Meditech's Expanse EHR.

13. Madison, Wis.-based UW Health selected Oracle's integrated suite of cloud applications to replace its 20-year legacy systems.

14. St. Andrew's Toowoomba Hospital in Australia plans to be the first hospital in the country to implement Philips' Tasy EMR.

15. West Orange, N.J.-based RWJBarnabas Health tapped Verge Health for its data-driven risk management platform.

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