5 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

Jessica Kim Cohen - Print  | 

The following health IT vendor contracts and go-lives were reported during the past week.

1. The Sequoia Project partnered with Document Storage Systems to launch a DSS Direct Messaging pilot program on its nationwide eHealth Exchange data sharing network, DSS announced Feb. 26.

2. Lawton, Okla.-based Comanche County Memorial Hospital plans to go-live on an acute care EHR and revenue cycle management platform from eClinicalWorks within the next 12 months.

3. New Orleans-based Ochsner Health System tapped Epic and Microsoft to integrate artificial intelligence technology into its patient care processes, the health system confirmed Feb. 28.

4. Macon, Ga.-based Navicent Health entered into a six-year partnership with GE Healthcare to minimize care delivery inefficiencies, GE Healthcare confirmed Feb. 22.

5. Chicago-based Rush University Medical Center tapped Vidyo to provide remote mental health services to veterans and their families, the telehealth vendor confirmed Feb. 22.

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