8 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

The following health IT vendor contracts and go-lives were reported by Becker's Hospital Review during the past week.

1. Sacramento, Calif.-based Sutter Health teamed up with Augmedix, a documentation tool that now runs on the Google Cloud Platform.

2. A new collaboration between American Well and Boston-based Joslin Diabetes Center will explore telemedicine best practices for treating diabetes.

3. Centrus Health, a clinically integrated network based in Kansas, will integrate Cerner solutions and technological tools to create a population health management program.

4. Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic partnered with Epic to offer care plans and patient-facing content through Epic's MyChart Virtual Care within the MyChart mobile app.

5. Greenwood, S.C.-based Self Regional Healthcare completed its four-year implementation of the Epic EHR system.

6. Cincinnati-based Mercy Health tapped Lighthouse Telehealth, a Toledo, Ohio-based Harbor Behavioral Health subsidiary, to provide 24/7 coverage for behavioral health and substance use disorder patients at Mercy.

7. Fort Worth-based Texas Health Resources implemented Prodigo's full service e-commerce transaction network solution to enable automation of supply chain transactions with suppliers of varying technical capabilities, the vendor told Becker's Hospital Review.

8. Indianapolis-based Indiana University Health implemented Prodigo's supply cost management solution into its purchasing operations to optimize contract compliance and reduce supply chain, the vendor told Becker's Hospital Review.

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