Ambulatory vendor Aprima Medical Software now enables its electronic health records users to write orders for durable medical equipment and populate an electronic Certificate of Medical Necessity document while in the EHR.

Dallas-based Aprima has integrated into its EHR the DME ordering software of DMEhub of Orange Park, Fla. The combined products enable auto-population of forms when physicians write DME orders, including a rules engine that checks for correctness and completeness of the forms, according to the vendors.

DMEhub also enables attaching other documents necessary to support the need of ordered equipment, electronic submission to DME suppliers, and pushing all forms back into the patient’s chart after they have been completed and sent.

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