7 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

Here are seven recent health information technology vendor contracts and go-lives affecting healthcare organizations.

1. Atrium Health has tapped Omnicell, a Mountain View, Calif.-based healthcare software company, to provide the Charlotte, N.C.-based health system with an automated, data-driven medication management infrastructure.

2. Orange, Calif.-based UCI Health partnered with information technology company Connexient to add its indoor mapping and navigation software to the health system's Epic MyChart mobile app.

3. Washington, D.C.-based Children's National Health System formed a research collaboration with KenSci, an artificial intelligence-powered risk prediction platform, to study how pediatric risk scores can be improved for clinical decision making.

4. Kettering Health Network in Dayton, Ohio, is developing a real-time notification system through a partnership with ESO, a data exchange platform that powers electronic data sharing between EMS and hospitals, as well as TrackEMS, a notification app that EMS can use to send hospital emergency departments critical patient data from the field.

5. Dover, Del.-based Bayhealth is teaming up with Pivot Point Consulting, a health information technology consulting company, to help the health system manage its day-to-day Epic EHR and IT maintenance.

6. AdventHealth Orlando (Fla.) is offering 10,000 Florida residents access to free DNA testing through a partnership with Helix, a direct-to-consumer genomics company, as part of the hospital's WholeMe study. 

7. St. Luke Health Services in Oswego, N.Y., partnered with telemedicine provider Curvai Health on a program that offers its patients virtual care anytime day or night.

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