8 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

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

Sacramento-based UC Davis Health and telehealth provider Carena partnered to create the UC Davis Virtual Clinic, an online diagnosis and treatment service.

Children's Mercy Kansas City (Mo.) and Boston-based Joslin Diabetes Center will deploy predictive modeling technology created by Cambridge, Mass.-based Cyft for Type 1 diabetes management.

The Medical Society of the State of New York will provide free mobile e-prescribing services to its members for one year through a partnership with DrFirst.

Ezras Choilim Health Center will implement eClinicalWorks' cloud-based 10e EHR solution.

Winston-Salem, N.C.-based Novant Health implemented Epic's Healthy Planet, an analytics tool that provides clinicians with data related to patient health trends.

UC Riverside Health deployed the Epic EMR system across each of its clinical sites.

IBM joined forces with Rite Solutions — a Dhaka, Bangladesh-based telecommunications and IT infrastructure solutions provider — to bring Watson for Oncology to hospitals in Bangladesh.

Ann Arbor-based University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center joined forces with Tempus, a health technology company focused on personalized oncology care, to improve breast cancer treatment.

More articles on health IT:
IBM deploys Watson for Oncology in Bangladesh
UPenn's Intensive Care Nursery tests app for nursing mothers
Salesforce adds care coordination features to health cloud

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