Intuitive Medical Software, which sells a urology electronic health records system, is denying it unlawfully accessed patient information from rival meridianEMR.

Livingston, N.J.-based meridianEMR recently sued Intuitive, charging unlawful access to patient information and saying the vendor copied a customer's server. Now, Springfield, Mo.-based Intuitive says meridianEMR sued not just the vendor but also the customer to prevent the customer from switching to Intuitive's UroChartEHR.

"We hope now to prove to the Court that we did nothing more than assist a medical practice that wanted to move its own patient records from meridianEMR to UroChartEHR and did not act unlawfully or damage meridianEMR in doing so," says Intuitive CEO Craig Frazier in a statement.


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