8 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

The following health IT vendor contracts and go-lives were reported within the past week.

1. Cleveland Clinic will expand the use of IBM's secured cloud, mobile technologies and cognitive computing services across its clinical and administrative operations, thanks to a five-year agreement between the two organizations. 

2. The Dudley (England) Group NHS Foundation Trust selected the Allscripts Sunrise EHR to help it achieve its goal of becoming a fully digital hospital system. 

3. The Steadman Clinic and Steadman Philippon Research Institute, both based in Vail, Colo., partnered with eClinicalWorks

4. Nashville, Tenn.-based Saint Thomas Health rolled out its new virtual clinic, called Saint Thomas Health On Demand, Dec. 16.

5. Mercy Technology Services, the IT division of St. Louis-based Mercy, recently assisted Gastonia, N.C.-based CaroMont Health and Salisbury, Md.-based Peninsula Regional Medical Center with their respective Epic EHR implementations. 

6. Brown Mills, N.J.-based Deborah Heart and Lung Center will maintain its relationship with Meditech by implementing its web ambulatory and 6.1 solution. 

7. Greenwood (S.C.) Genetic Center unveiled a telehealth initiative to expand access to genetic services in the state.

8. Auckland, New Zealand-based healthcare technology company Orion Health signed an expanded agreement with Keystone Health Information Exchange, a patient information exchange network managed by Danville, Pa.-based Geisinger Health System.

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