8 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

Here are eight recent health IT vendor contracts and go-lives:

1. Penn Highlands DuBois (Pa.) launched remote intensive care unit services under a partnership with Advanced ICU Care.

2. The U.S. Defense Department began testing its new Cerner EHR at a second set of pilot sites.

3. Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic completed its "Plummer Project," the name given to its systemwide rollout of a new Epic EHR.

4. Techniker Krankenkasse, a statutory health insurance corporation in Germany, is using IBM's cloud technology to launch TK-Safe, a service that delivers insurance data to customers' smartphones.

5. Concord (N.H.) Hospital expanded its rollout of Nuance's speech recognition platform, Dragon Medical One.

6. King's College London is working with Nvidia's artificial intelligence tools to research potential improvements to radiology and pathology workflows.

7. CVS Health's MinuteClinic launched virtual healthcare services in a 16th state, Delaware, through a partnership with Teladoc.

8. Bear Valley Community Hospital in Big Bear Lake, Calif., selected a security service from "internet of things" analytics platform Zingbox to monitor its network of connected medical devices.

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