8 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

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

1. Burlington-based University of Vermont Health Network began rolling out a pilot program in partnership with Invitae and LunaPBC that allows patients to learn about their genomic DNA as part of their routine clinical care.

2. Rancho Mirage, Calif.-based Eisenhower Health will deploy a robotic platform from Auris Health to support earlier and more accurate diagnoses of lung cancer.

3. Boston-based Baystate Health teamed up with Life Image to launch new efforts to develop artificial intelligence tools that will help advance innovations in radiology, neurology and oncology.

4. Woodbury, N.J.-based Inspira Health opened a new hospital focused on innovation and equipped with technology from RoomLink that can display patients' EHR data in real-time for clinicians to view.

5. CHI Memorial Hospital implemented an Epic EHR system to streamline clinical applications, billing and population health services across the Chattanooga, Tenn.-based health system.

6. Banning, Calif.-based San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital will implement an Allscripts Sunrise EHR system.

7. Willis-Knighton Health System in Shreveport, La., will renew its partnership with Meditech and transition to its mobile, web-based EHR system.

8. St. Louis Children's Hospital and its Washington University Heart Center integrated Locus Health's real-time remote monitoring platform into the discharge process for high-risk infant cardiac patients.

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