6 recent health IT vendor contracts and go-lives

Six recent health IT vendor contracts and go-lives:

1. Chicago-based Northwestern Medicine and Alfardan Medical chose Allscripts' EHR for their ambulatory care services facility in Qatar.

2. Mansfield-based OhioHealth will install Epic's CareConnect system across its 11 hospitals and 200-plus ambulatory sites.

3. The Massachusetts Health Collaborative, which comprises Southbridge, Mass.-based Harrington Healthcare, Holyoke (Mass.) Medical Center and Heywood Healthcare in Gardner, Mass., installed Meditech's Expanse EHR.

4. Boston-based Partners HealthCare will integrate the commonwealth of Massachusetts' prescription awareness tool into its Epic EHR system.

5. Patient-focused blockchain network Embleema will collaborate with Paris-based Gustave Roussy Institut to develop blockchain data-sharing applications.

6. Ann Arbor-based University of Michigan launched a study to determine whether data collected on an Apple smartwatch can accurately reflect the user's health and predict if the individual will develop common health conditions.

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