9 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

Here are nine recent health IT vendor contracts and go-lives.

1. Phoenix-based Banner Health partnered with predictive analytics company BaseHealth to improve population health outcomes with disease risk management, BaseHealth announced Feb. 27.

2. Atlanta-based Piedmont Healthcare expanded its use of Glytec's insulin therapy management system, Glytec confirmed March 20.

3. The Temple Lung Center at Philadelphia-based Temple University Hospital partnered with HGE Health to manage care for patients with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, HGE Health confirmed March 13.

4. Boston-based Partners HealthCare expanded its use of the Kyruus ProviderMatch suite of solutions, Kyruus confirmed March 20.

5. The Wyoming Department of Health partnered with data aggregation and interoperability company Medicity to create a statewide health information exchange, Medicity announced March 20.

6. Lawrence (Mass.) General Hospital plans to implement an EHR from Meditech, the EHR provider confirmed March 20.

7. Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic entered into a collaboration with patient engagement company Mytonomy to develop educational video content, Mytonomy confirmed March 22.

8. Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women's Hospital, both affiliates of Boston-based Partners HealthCare, will implement the Philips IntelliSite Pathology Solution to drive digital pathology workflows, Amsterdam-based Royal Philips confirmed March 19.

9. The Texas Hospital Association recently joined forces with technology firm Stratasan to allow some of its member hospitals access to Launch Pathway, a visual intelligence platform.

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