9 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

Nine recent health IT vendor contracts and go-lives:

1. After their recent partnership, telemedicine provider Doctor On Demand and Humana are launching a new health plan called On Hand, which is focused on comprehensive virtual primary care.

2. Patients at Naples, Fla.-based Physicians Regional Healthcare System can now access their medical information on their iPhones, via Apple's health records app.

3. Glasgow, Mont.-based Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital has finished installing Meditech's web-based EHR.

4. Arkansas Children's in Little Rock will integrate Excel Medical's medical integration device platform with its Epic EHR.

5. Atchison (Kan.) Hospital debuted Meditech's Expanse EHR April 1.

6. The Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic and Arizona State University in Tempe have announced six healthcare technology-focused startups that will join their inaugural MedTech Accelerator program. The companies are BioInteractive Technologies, GYANT, Hexoskin, Life365, Safe and Securisyn.

7. Sinai Health System, the Chicago-based nonprofit hospital group, has joined with the Center for Digital Innovation in Beer-Sheba, Israel, to develop digital solutions for challenges in healthcare.

8. Healthcare technology solutions provider Nasco is teaming up with Express Scripts, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Horizon Healthcare Services to form a blockchain coalition, known as Coalesce Health Alliance.

9. The Department of Defense authorized vitals monitoring systems and an electrocardiography device from Hill-Rom, a global medical technology company, for use within the DOD healthcare system.

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