Industry Recognitions and Affiliations
Leader in Healthcare Solutions
Aprima has worked hard to become a leader in the development of healthcare solutions. And we are gratified to have those efforts acknowledged by these prestigious organizations. The extensive research and careful evaluation required in certifying our EHR/PM system are respected and appreciated. Aprima is proud to be a preferred vendor.
Physicians’ Organization of the University Medical Center at Princeton The Physicians’ Organization of the University Medical Center at Princeton is committed to becoming one of the first clinically integrated physicians’ organizations in New Jersey. Formed in 1994, members work together to eliminate barriers to easy access to the healthcare system. The organization’s 500-plus membership is committed to delivering highest quality medical care in a caring, compassionate and cost-effective manner.
EHR Developer Code of Conduct
On June 11, 2013, EHRA the (EHR Association) officially launched the EHR Developer Code of Conduct. Aprima has been a member of this association since its inception and we are pleased to announce that we have adopted this Code. Several key industry leads have publicly made the supportive comments about this Code, including by Farzad Mostashari from ONC, Michael Barr, MD from the ACP and Jeff Smith from CHIME. A copy of the Code can be found at http://www.himssehra.org/ASP/codeofconduct.asp.
New Jersey Physicians
A physician advocacy group founded in 2007, New Jersey Physicians works with healthcare organizations and individual physicians to discover new ways of accessing quality, affordable healthcare. The 1,600 members strive to make the voice of the physician heard through the education of patients, legislators and regulators.
Ohio State Medical Association
More than 15,000 physicians in Ohio belong to the Ohio State Medical Association, established in 1835 to address physician needs. The group educates members on new medical practices, provides products and services, represents physicians before the Ohio General Assembly and U.S. Congress and acts as lobbyist at state and federal government levels.