New contract signings announced by health information technology vendors include another big deal for Epic Systems and an overseas account for Hyland Software.

  • Vanderbilt University Medical Center has picked Epic for a comprehensive suite of clinical, administrative and billing software. The medical center currently uses McKesson software that is being sunsetted in March 2018. Vanderbilt expects to go live on Epic in November 2017
  • Vanderbilt University Medical Center
    Vanderbilt University

  • Northern Arizona Healthcare, already a Cerner customer for its two hospitals and 38 ambulatory facilities, is also going to use the vendor’s cloud-based revenue cycle management services.
  • University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust in England has signed a deal to deploy the OnBase document management system from Hyland Software in an effort to get rid of paper forms. The implementation, which will enable the hospital to share information with two other hospital systems, is expected to be complete by the end of this year.
  • Tuba City Regional Health Care has bought the Allscripts inpatient and ambulatory electronic health records and revenue cycle management software for its 73-bed facility and affiliated clinics. The organization also will use Allscripts’ Care Director software to coordinate care across settings.

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