7 recent health IT go-lives

The following health IT go-lives were reported within the past week.

1. SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, N.Y., implemented Riverbed SteelAppTM Traffic Manager to coordinate virtual EHR applications.

2. Waterbury (Conn.) Hospital is now using TigerText to provide secure, real-time messaging for clinicians across the hospital.

3. North Country Hospital in Newport, Vt., is now live on the state's first health information exchange, developed by Vermont Information Technology Leaders.

4. Community Hospital in McCook, Neb., launched an online patient portal on RelayHealth's platform.

5. Children's Healthcare of Atlanta is now live on the Georgia Health Information Network..

6. Kennedy University Hospitalists in southern New Jersey implemented MedAptus for healthcare revenue cycle.

7. The Kentucky Health Information Exchange, a state-run exchange, has introduced a patient portal to give patients access to their complete medical records.

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