SSM Health St. Mary's Hospital-Audrain chooses Epic EHR, athenahealth's disruption initiative grows, MD Anderson Cancer Center to use Apple Watch & more – 8 health IT company key notes

Here are eight recent news updates on key health IT companies.

Allscripts plans to relocate its 1,000 employees in Raleigh, N.C., to a new 12-story office building planned for a different location in the city, according to a Triangle Business Journal report.

Allscripts expanded its patient administration system presence in the United Kingdom with two new partnerships. East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust and Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust signed agreements to deploy Allscripts PAS.

The MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper in New Jersey partnered with Polaris Health Direction to launch a pilot project using Apple Watch aimed at coaching breast cancer patients.

athenahealth's More Disruption Please Accelerator initiative, based in San Francisco, is expanding with three new portfolio companies.

SSM Health St. Mary's Hospital-Audrain in Mexico, Mo., plans to go live with Epic's EHR June 5.

PatientKeeper announced an electronic interface between its PatientKeeper CPOE application and the MEDITECH Pharmacy Application.

Omnicell, an automation and business analytics software company, signed its Unity enterprise platform. The Unity platform provides medication and supply automation solutions for hospitals and health systems.

Scriptor Software signed a three-year, non-exclusive licensing agreement with vRad. The agreement focuses on Scriptor's rScriptor, a dictation software plug-in designed to create structured reports for radiologists.

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