Royal Philips has a new healthcare diagnostic imaging contract worth $500 million and Truven Health Analytics has closed a deal worth $86 million.

In New York’s Hudson Valley, Westchester Medical Center Health Network will implement a range of imaging modalities from Philips covering cardiology, radiology, oncology, neurology and pediatrics across its seven hospitals totaling 1,500 beds and serving a region of more than three million people.

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Patient monitoring, telehealth, clinical informatics and clinical/business consulting services are part of the package. The goals are to standardize care and technology across the delivery system, pave the way for population health management, and improve interoperability.

The Colorado Department of Healthcare Policy and Financing has contracted with Truven Health for an enterprisewide data warehouse and analytics to consolidate disparate sources across the state, and to integrate Medicaid eligibility and claims data to better evaluate programs, benefit plans and establish provider rates by forecasting utilization, cost, caseloads and other modeling scenarios, according to the vendor.

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