7 recent vendor contracts, go lives

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

1. Fraser, a Minneapolis-based autism and early childhood mental health services provider, will deploy a Cerner EHR system in 2021.

2. Livongo, a Mountain View, Calif.-based digital health platform for chronic disease management, signed an agreement to provide its diabetes management program to eligible members of the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program.

3. American Rheumatology Network teamed up with Trio Health, a healthcare data tracking platform, to combine pharmacy dispensing data with EHRs in a single database.

4. Danville, Pa.-based Geisinger Health System will deploy Cerner's EHR-agnostic population health management platform HealtheIntent across its clinical network.

5. Milford, Conn.-based Bridgeport Hospital, a Yale New Haven Health hospital, is now live on an Epic EHR.

6. Nashville, Tenn.-based Ascension Saint Thomas partnered with Kroger, the grocery retailer, to expand healthcare access in Middle Tennessee.

7. Greenville (Tenn.) Community Hospital East announced Oct. 10 that it is partnering with Advanced ICU Care, an intensive care unit telemedicine provider.

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