9 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

Nine recent health IT vendor contracts and go-lives:

1. Microsoft is working with Seattle Children's Research Institute to build a genomics database that will help reduce the number of sudden infant death syndrome cases.

2. Integris Health, a 16-hospital system in Oklahoma City, Okla., is implementing the Health Catalyst Data Operating System across its network.

3. Chicago-based Rush University Medical Center migrated to Google Cloud's platform to expand access to patients' unstructured health data.

4. Salt Lake City-based Intermountain Healthcare has partnered with deCODE genetics, an Icelandic subsidiary of biotech giant Amgen, to launch a study that will map the DNA of 500,000 Intermountain patients to discover new links between genetics and disease.

5. Westwood, Mass.-based Lawrence General Hospital recently deployed a Meditech Expanse EHR.

6. Roanoke, Va.-based Carilion Clinic partnered with Mytonomy to design a suite of virtual care solutions that will better equip healthcare providers to identify and treat opioid addiction.

7. The University of California Berkeley and UC San Francisco launched the Laboratory for Genomics Research, in which scientists from both institutions will use CRISPR gene editing technology to conduct research to aid in British pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline's drug discovery efforts.

8. National women's health network Unified Physician Management partnered with Suki, an artificial intelligence, voice-enabled digital assistant for physicians that integrates with the EHR.

9. Indianapolis-based Community Health Network has tapped M*Modal's conversational artificial intelligence platform to streamline clinical workflows using virtual scribing and automated transcription technology.

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