8 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

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

1. Winston Salem, N.C.-based Novant Health migrated its Epic EHR system to a cloud platform from Virtustream, a Dell Technologies health IT business.

2. McLeod Health in Florence, S.C., will roll out a Cerner EHR at four more of its hospitals in September.

3. Boston University's School of Public Health has partnered with Atlanta-based digital health company Sharecare to develop a Community Well-Being Index based on medical, lifestyle and environmental data.

4. St. Luke's Medical Center in Quezon City, Philippines, will implement Allscripts' Sunrise Acute Care EHR system to move its patient records for surgical, radiology, laboratory and ambulatory services onto a single system.

5. Ontario, Calif.-based Prime Healthcare has added eight more of its California hospitals to Manifest MedEx, the state's nonprofit health data network, which facilitates the flow of medical information between hospitals, health plans and providers.

6. Raleigh, N.C.-based WakeMed Health and Hospitals unveiled its new mobile wayfinding and patient engagement application, which it developed through a partnership with Gozio Health.

7. Yale University and Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic are partnering with Bifourmis, a digital therapeutics company, to study the use of patient-measured data to determine effective drug development for heart failure patients. 

8. International Falls, Minn.-based Rainy Lake Medical Center partnered with Sanford Health of Northern Minnesota to gain access to the health system's Epic EHR.

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