6 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

Here are six recent health IT vendor contracts and go-lives.

1. Apple expanded the iPhone's health records feature pilot on its Health app to nearly 40 health systems across the U.S., the company announced March 29.

2. Chicago-based Rush University Medical Center implemented Code's mobile barcode soft-scanning technology for use with its Epic Rover application, Code confirmed March 28.

3. Dignity Health Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City, Calif., selected Dynafios to lead hospital and physician alignment programs at the facility, Dynafios confirmed March 27.

4. The Veteran Affairs Southern Nevada Healthcare System in Las Vegas implemented LiveData's PeriOp Manager system in its operating rooms, the operational intelligence provider announced March 27.

5. Greenville, N.C.-based Vidant Health launched an app-based telemedicine program through a partnership with MDLive, North Carolina Health News reports.

6. Minneapolis-based Allina Health expanded its online diagnosis and treatment service through a partnership with Zipnosis, the virtual care company announced March 28.

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