HDM’s regular roundup of new technology contracts and deployments include three deals for Orion Health and new communications for Phelps Memorial Health Center in Nebraska.
- East Texas Medical Center, Stanford Children’s Health and Barnabas Health have selected the Rhapsody Integration Engine of Orion Health. Barnabas Health will migrate data stored in its legacy integration engine over an 18-month period. A KLAS report was instrumental in East Texas’ decision, according to John Lee, director of software services. Stanford was looking for a more sophisticated engine that would reduce interface development time.
- Phelps Memorial Health Center, a critical access hospital in Holdrege, Neb., is live with secure messaging technology from NetRelay. The software integrates with information systems without interfaces, which gave the vendor the edge over competitors, says Andrew Van Campen, director of IT. Implementation took less than two days and it was rolled out to the smartphones of 70 clinicians in the first week.
- Mission (Texas) Regional Medical Center is live on the OZ Star newborn screening information system of OZ Systems. The product automates the reporting of newborn screenings to the Texas Department of State Health Service, a task that previously was done manually.
- Partners In Care, an independent physician association in New Jersey, will implement population health management software from Wellcentive to support its accountable care organization. More than 700 providers in Partners in Care serve central and southern New Jersey.
- Connecticut Children’s Medical Center will implement the Synapse VNA enterprise image management software of FujiFilm Medical Systems. The product supports management, distribution and visualization of DICOM and non-DICOM images, as well as standards-based documents from any departmental system, according to the vendor.
- Crouse Hospital and CRA Medical Imaging in central New York will implement enterprise medical imaging software from GE Healthcare. Crouse, a long-time GE client, is upgrading to the Centricity Universal Viewer and Centricity radiology information system.
- The Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services in New York City has selected the CareRecord health and human services electronic health records system of Netsmart. Features include secure patient data exchange, e-prescribing, measuring and analyzing clinical outcomes and revenue cycle management.
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