7 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

Jackie Drees - Print  | 

Seven recent health IT vendor contracts and go-lives:

1. Carle Richland Memorial Hospital plans to implement an Epic EHR to increase interoperability and transfer of medical records.

2. Lebanon, N.H.-based Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital switched over to an Epic EHR May 11.

3. Ichor Biologics, a New York City-based biotech startup developing antibodies to treat infectious diseases, received a $300,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health to specifically target deadly hantavirus infections.

4. Utica, N.Y-based Mohawk Valley Health System will implement an Epic EHR in June.

5. Culbertson, Mont.-based Roosevelt Medical Center is transitioning to an athenahealth EHR.

6. Texas A&M University Health Science Center in Bryan is teaming up with Project Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes, a telehealth teaching model for clinicians, on a program to address the opioid epidemic.

7. Startup telehealth company, Remote Health Solutions, will integrate the U.S. Air Force's patient monitoring app into its existing product portfolio.

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