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Aprima Volunteers Host Game Night at Dallas VA Medical Center

Employees of local Dallas EHR/PM software company to help entertain patients

DALLAS, TX –April 27, 2010 – Employees of Aprima Medical Software, a Dallas-based, leading developer of electronic health record (EHR), practice management and revenue cycle management (RCM) solutions for medical practices, are volunteering to host a night of entertainment for patients at the Dallas VA Medical Center (VAMC), on Wednesday, April 28. Close to 50 of Aprima’s employees will facilitate the hospital event which will include a night of games and entertainment, as well as food and beverages for 30-40 of the hospital’s patients.

“We feel strongly about dedicating our time to volunteer locally, particularly with organizations such as Dallas VAMC,” said Michael Nissenbaum, CEO of Aprima. “It is important for us as a Dallas-based company to be a part of the community where our employees and their families live and work.”

Dallas VAMC is a teaching hospital, providing a full range of patient care services for veterans with state-of-the-art technology as well as education and research. Dallas VAMC is a leader in assisting mentally and physically ill homeless veterans to rejoin the community as productive citizens.

Aprima serves thousands of physicians in Texas and around the country. The company employs more than 110 people full-time and has its corporate headquarters in Carrollton, TX.

Aprima’s template-free electronic health record software enables providers to follow their own protocols. Its adaptive learning feature speeds adoption and deployment, a critical capability as medical practices seek to meet “Meaningful Use” standards for government stimulus fund reimbursements. Furthermore, as a single EHR + PM application built on a single database, Aprima affords users with the fastest access to clinical and financial data. The AprimaRCM solution addresses practices’ needs for seasoned financial expertise by delivering insight that helps practices collect every dollar they earn. Aprima’s licensing plans make sense for everyone from a solo rural practitioner to a multi-specialty urban group.

About Dallas VA Medical Center

Dallas VA Medical Center (VAMC), the referral center for VA North Texas Health Care System (VANTHCS), has cared for America’s military veterans for over half a century. Through its longstanding partnership with The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas (UT Southwestern), it has become a major teaching and medical research center. Dallas VAMC is an 84-acre campus providing multi-specialty outpatient clinics as well as: 289-bed acute care medical center, 90-bed Transitional Care Unit, 40-bed Domiciliary care unit, 30-bed Spinal Cord Injury Center, 39-Bed Telemetry Unit and 56-bed Psychiatric Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program. The Dallas VA Research Corporation was created in 1989 as a private non-profit foundation to support the research mission of VANTHCS.

About Aprima Medical Software, Inc.

Aprima Medical Software, Inc. develops innovative electronic health record, practice management and revenue cycle management solutions for medical practices. For more information, call orvisit 866-960-6890 or aprima.com.