CHICAGO (GenomeWeb) – Aprima Medical Software, a Dallas-based maker of ambulatory electronic health records, has become the latest health IT vendor to announce plans to integrate the ActX genomic decision support platform into its EHRs, the two companies said Tuesday.

The integration will allow Aprima EHR users to receive alerts about potentially harmful drug-genomic interactions when writing electronic prescriptions. It also will make full genomic profiles available directly through patient charts.

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