7 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. Detroit-based Henry Ford Health System will pilot accesso Technology Group's The Experience Engine platform in fall 2018 to enhance patient experience.

2. Cape Fear Valley Medical Center in Fayetteville, N.C., recently introduced a patient wayfinding application that runs on Connexient's MediNav platform.

3. The University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson selected SnapMD's virtual care management software as its systemwide telehealth platform, the company confirmed March 14.

4. Arlington-based Virginia Hospital Center plans to implement Spok Care Connect, the healthcare communications company announced March 13.

5. Milwaukee-based Aurora Health Care and the University of Texas Health Sciences at Houston joined the Strata Oncology's precision medicine network, the company confirmed March 13.

6. Yale New Haven (Conn.) Health partnered with VenueNext to deploy an all-in-one mobile app across its facilities, the technology company confirmed March 6.

7. HHS' Office of the Chief Information Officer awarded WidePoint Corp. a follow-on task order for its technology-based management solutions, the company announced March 13.

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