8 Recent Vendor Contracts

The following is a roundup of recent health IT vendor contracts reported in the past week.

1. Peoria, Ill.-based OSF HealthCare chose to implement ICA's CareAlign interoperability platform allowing clinicians to share health information across system facilities in a direct messaging system.

2. University of Pittsburgh Medical Center is using Microsoft Surface Pro 3 tablets' Convergence app to access electronic health records in real-time. The Convergence app for Surface Pro 3 is not read-only, so clinicians can take notes and interact with the EHR on-the-go.

3. Wenatchee, Wash.-based Columbia Valley Community Health chose Access to provide Web-based forms to streamline administrative processes and reduce paper costs.

4. The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston contracted with BD Medical to implement BD Cato, a system using gravimetric and barcode technology to enhance safety and workflow efficiency when preparing medications.

5. California Telehealth Network partnered with HealthFusion to offer its MediTouch EHR system for members in the telehealth network.

6. Minneapolis-based Medica partnered with RedBrick Health to offer members RedBrick Health's consumer health engagement and behavior change technology.

7. Children's Hospital Los Angeles contracted with Orion Health to use its Rhapsody Integration Engine, enabling secure electronic patient data sharing across its organization.

8. Madison-based Wisconsin Statewide Health Information Network also chose to implement Orion Health's Rhapsody Integration Engine.

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