9 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

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

Roseville, Calif.-based Adventist Health implemented a virtual care solution developed by Bright.md at its facilities in Oregon.

The U.S. Department of Defense rolled out its Cerner EHR at Naval Hospital Oak Harbor (Wash.).

Ellensburg, Wash.-based Kittitas Valley Healthcare is transitioning its facilities onto a Cerner EHR.

The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services and the Nebraska Health Information Initiative chose DrFirst to aggregate and deliver pharmacy records for the statewide prescription drug monitoring program.

Richmond Hill, Canada-based Mackenzie Health launched a full-suite Epic EMR.

Bridgeport, W.Va.-based United Hospital Center is transitioning the entire hospital's EHR systems onto a single Epic platform.

Philadelphia-based Jefferson Health entered into an eight-year shared-risk agreement with GE Healthcare to optimize the health system's patient care strategy.

Temple, Texas-based Baylor Scott & White Health selected Kyruus' solutions to enhance provider information management as well as patient access.

Manchester, N.H.-based Catholic Medical Center expanded its relationship with TeleSpecialists to launch a telestroke ambulance program.

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