8 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

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

1. Los Angeles County Department of Health Services announced Oct. 25 that it integrated Safety Net Connect's e-consult services with its Cerner EHR system.

2. The U.S. Coast Guard will begin to deploy its new Cerner EHR system during the fourth quarter of 2019.

3. American Hospital Association is forming an alliance with Avia, a Chicago-based digital health consulting firm for healthcare providers, to address digital and health system innovation.

4. Vively Health, a home-based primary care provider for patients with multiple chronic conditions, will implement a Cerner EHR and population health management platform.

5. University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Cardinal Health and Amazon Web Services are partnering with Virtusa, an IT and digital health solutions provider, to use artificial intelligence techniques in medical research.

6. Cleveland Clinic has teamed up with enterprise health operating system League to develop technology and other tools that will empower employees across the country to take control of their healthcare.

7. Shriners Hospitals for Children is partnering with genomics telehealth technology company Genome Medical to advance precision medicine and genetic services offered at the Tampa, Fla.-based health system's new genomics institute. 

8. Danville, Pa.-based Geisinger Health System announced on Oct. 31 it is developing a digital tool with clinical and image data sharing network Life Image to help patients manage their breast health records.

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