6 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

Jessica Kim Cohen - Print  | 

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

1. Superior, Mont.-based Mineral Community Hospital will go live on an athenahealth EHR in April.

2. King City, Calif.-based Mee Memorial Hospital will deploy Cerner's integrated EHR and revenue cycle management systems across its acute and ambulatory facilities, the health IT vendor confirmed Jan. 25.

3. Perryville, Mo.-based Perry County Memorial Hospital will implement Cerner CommunityWorks, the health IT vendor confirmed Jan. 26.

4. Downers Grove, Ill.-based Advocate Health Care selected Epic to provide the health system with a single-platform EHR and revenue cycle solution, the health system confirmed Feb. 1.

5. Oakland, Calif.-based Alameda Health System's board of trustees unanimously approved a $200 million EHR overhaul to transition to the Epic system, the organization announced Jan. 25.

6. Lebanon, N.H.-based Dartmouth-Hitchcock health system joined forces with Omnicell to establish a centralized pharmacy service center at its main campus, the company announced Jan. 29.

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