6 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

The following health IT vendor contracts and go-lives were reported by Becker's Hospital Review during the past week.

1. Greensboro, N.C.-based Cone Health recently partnered with Babyscripts, a mobile solution that enables obstetrics and gynecology physicians to remotely monitor their pregnant patients.

2. Cerner filed a protest with the state of Illinois' executive ethics commission's chief procurement office for higher education over the $62 million seven-year contract Chicago-based University of Illinois Health awarded to Epic.

3. The Vancouver-area EHR overhaul, which seeks to transition the medical records of nearly 1 million Canadians to Cerner, is facing additional delays driven by unexpected cost increases.

4. Arlington Heights, Ill.-based Amita Health plans to implement a patient-provider matching and online patient appointment scheduling solution from DocASAP, the company announced Dec. 7.

5. Sandusky, Ohio-based Firelands Regional Medical Center went live on Meditech's Web EHR, the company announced Dec. 12.

6. The University of Kansas Health System, based in Kansas City, plans to deploy Redivus Health's mobile clinical decision support platform at Kansas hospitals and emergency medical services providers.

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