9 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

Jackie Drees - Print  | 

Nine recent health IT vendor contracts and go-lives:

1. Attleboro, Mass.-based Sturdy Memorial Hospital signed a seven-year agreement to transition to Cerner's EHR.

2. New Albany, Ind.-based PMC Regional Hospital installed a Meditech EHR system Feb. 25.

3. Chicago-based Saint Anthony Hospital added to its contract with Allscripts, signing a Paragon EHR expansion and integrating more solutions.

4. The Kentucky Hospital Association and Kentucky Office of Rural Health have teamed up with software company Collective Medical to develop a statewide hospital data-sharing network.

5. Arise Austin (Texas) Medical Center and The Hospital at Westlake Medical Center in Austin will implement Allscripts' EHR.

6. Brewton, Ala.-based Escambia County Healthcare Authority's two hospitals will install the Cerner Millennium EHR.

7. Birmingham-based Children's of Alabama hospital will integrate digital health developer Locus Health's telehealth platform for remote monitoring of pediatric cardiology patients.

8. St. Augustine, Fla.-based Flagler Hospital will open three telehealth sites at Publix pharmacies in St. Johns County, Fla.

9. University of Virginia Health System's Children's Hospital in Charlottesville created an app with Locus Health, a digital health developer, to enhance patient follow-up care.

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