9 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

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

1. Cerner will take over the IT department at Medical Center Health System in Odessa, Texas, under an agreement the Ector County Hospital District board of directors approved Aug. 16.

2. Farmington, N.M.-based San Juan Regional Medical Center entered into an agreement with Cerner to implement its Cerner Millennium health IT platform.

3. New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery is working with tech companies such as imaging IT vendor Dicom Systems as part of a project to develop artificial intelligence algorithms to improve clinical care.

4. Greater Houston Healthconnect went live on InterSystems HealthShare to support its health information exchange service.

5. Montgomery (W.Va.) General Hospital, a 25 bed-critical access facility, signed the first Meditech cloud-based subscription for its Expanse enterprise health record.

6. The Iowa Clinic in West Des Moines implemented a patient self-scheduling platform from MyHealthDirect.

7. Baltimore-based University of Maryland Medical System partnered with Real Time Medical Systems, a healthcare interventional analytics company.

8. Australian digital health company ResApp Health partnered with Bethesda, Md.-based security and aerospace vendor Lockheed Martin to support the Defense Department's health monitoring program.

9.Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Ohio is collaborating with respiratory health startup Propeller Health to roll out a program targeted toward chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients.

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