St. Elizabeth Healthcare selects a patient engagement partner
October 28, 2016, 3:32 p.m. EDT
Here is Health Data Management’s weekly roundup of health information technology contracts and implementations.
- Seven-hospital St. Elizabeth Healthcare, serving the greater Cincinnati region including northern Kentucky, has selected the customer relationship management software of Evariant to optimize patient engagement and physician network utilization.
- Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center will implement software from Kyruus to map patients with the right providers across the seven-hospital delivery system. The software, called ProviderMatch, will be deployed in a call center and an online physician finder, among other spots.
- Amida Care, a Medicaid special needs insurer serving members with chronic conditions and behavioral health disorders in New York City, has picked a suite of data security, user identity management and data access audit software from Global Data Sentinel. “Global Data Sentinel has the right combination of HITRUST certification, innovative solutions and industry expertise,” Nicholas Liguori, executive vice president at Amida Care, said in a statement.
- Bedford Hospital in the United Kingdom is live with medical imaging systems from Agfa Healthcare. The technology includes four DR Retrofit direct radiography systems with Cesium Iodide detectors, and two computed radiography systems. The hospital has 425 inpatient beds and 28 day case beds, and serves a population of 270,000 in the region.