eMDs acquires Aprima, boosting outpatient EHR offerings
Healthcare IT News | February 01, 2019
Electronic health record developer eMDs is acquiring Aprima Medical Software for an undisclosed sum. The addition of Aprima, which develops EHR, practice management and revenue cycle management technology, will help eMDs better serve its 63,000 provider customers worldwide, the company said. Both companies had independently worked on modernizing their product lines before this deal came together, eMDs points out, which will help when it comes to integrating the technologies and expanding them across their combined client bases. "Together, we can service a broad range of specialties and meet the evolving needs of our client partners," said eMDs CEO Derek Pickell in a statement.