8 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

Here are eight recent health IT vendor contracts and go-lives:

1. The West Virginia Board of Pharmacy will use Appriss Health's integration service to bring controlled substance prescription information into EHRs, the company confirmed June 26.

2. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs plans to be fully functional on its new Cerner EHR at three test sites in the Pacific Northwest by March 2020, officials said during a hearing June 26.

3. Grand Rapids, Mich.-based Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services became the first free-standing behavioral health system to go live on an Epic EHR on June 20.

4. Durham, N.C.-based Duke University Health System will implement Glytec's eGlycemic Management System to personalize medication management for diabetes patients, the company confirmed June 29.

5. The University of Iowa Health Care in Iowa City is the first U.S. health system to implement IDx-DR in the diabetes care setting, the product's developer IDx confirmed June 26.

6. The University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson selected a patient-provider matching solution from Kyruus, the company confirmed June 29.

7. Alliance (Ohio) Community Hospital deployed CommonWell interoperability services via its Meditech EHR, the EHR vendor confirmed June 28.

8. Charlotte, N.C.-based Atrium Health implemented SeamlessMD's patient engagement, care management and quality improvement tools, the vendor confirmed June 27.

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