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Aprima

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Aprima Medical Software, Inc., is a leading developer of electronic health record (EHR), practice management (PM) and revenue cycle management (RCM) solutions for medical practices. The philosophy is simple. Despite individual challenges in adoption, they'll never allow a medical practice to fail.

Advanced Office Systems has partnered with Aprima to bring our clients the best EHR/PM system available on the market today.  Both companies are committed to successfully bringing every physician and clinician through the transition from a paper-based environment to one where technology improves everyone's experience, not drives everyone mad.

Vision. Individuality. Speed. Care.
  • Unlike most EHR/PM systems that were cobbled together from corporate acquisitions, Aprima is a single application built on a single database . It features hundreds of thousands of chief complaints built in. And its adaptive learning capability automatically adjusts to how you practice with no programming required.
  • The Aprima EHR solution has no templates. Why does that matter? Just try documenting multiple chief complaints with any other EHR. Then try it with Aprima. You'll see a dramatic difference. Another point: templates need to be customized. And customization is time-consuming and expensive.
  • Physicians say they love how the Aprima EHR speeds them through patient visits. Charts are closed at the end of the day, not at home or on weekends. Lab results are where they should be. Data can be entered on a tablet PC by handwriting, keying, transcribing or dictation. 
  • The integrated EHR and PM make the addition of the revenue cycle management solution a logical step for medical practices seeking a one-stop-shop solution to optimize clinical encounters and maximize revenue growth opportunities.
  • Aprima's support and implementation teams are committed to your success. They're based in the U.S. They understand what people go through to automate a practice and are not satisfied until everyone is happy.