New contracts, data exchange links and executives are among recent health information technology vendor announcements:

* The medical schools at University of California San Francisco and Stanford University have joined the Doximity secure online network for physicians. Doximity, accessible via mobile devices and personal computers, launched in early 2011 and now claims 10 percent of the nation’s physicians as members. The schools linked up to give their graduates easy access to peers. The network is designed to help physicians search for and communicate with colleagues for consults and referrals; search for pharmacies, hospitals, labs, skilled nursing facilities and other provider sites in a service area; access phone lists that enable dialing directly to a needed desk or department; search for classmates in a database of medical school and residency alumni; and securely text among colleagues.

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