‘Open Source’ Technology Firm, Phyaura, LLC Acquires EHR Live, LLC

TAMPA, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Phyaura, LLC, a healthcare technology firm, has acquired EHR Live, LLC, a West Palm Beach company that shares PHYAURA’s focus on developing ‘open source’ Electronic Health Records (EHR) solutions in full compliance with government regulations.

“With this acquisition, PHYAURA increases its user base and provides current EHR Live clients access to our complete ‘meaningful use’ software, PHYAURA EHR v.4.0,” said Jude A. Pierre, M.D., Managing Partner, Phyaura, LLC.

“Our EHR system was created by physicians for physicians and is cost effective as there is no software to purchase. Use of the service and all associated upgrades may be accessed via the web for free,” Pierre added. PHYAURA's web based EHR has a fully integrated, user friendly practice management system and is available to all EHR Live clients without interruption of services.

Chris Lucena, M.B.A. and president of EHR Live, will join PHYAURA’s team as Chief Technology Officer.

“We are thrilled to be joining PHYAURA thereby bringing our two companies together in a strategic move to provide quality healthcare IT and EHR services at affordable rates. Physicians want choices with our ‘open source’ products along with better service and training,” said Lucena.

PHYAURA, LLC was founded by practicing physicians as a company dedicated to providing physicians with the resources, services, and HIPAA-compliant communication tools that merge the best practices of modern medicine with state of the art technologies of the 21st century. PHYAURA’s management team constantly invites feedback to make the practice of medicine and patient care better. For additional information on PHYAURA® EHR, open source software and partnering healthcare organizations please visit www.phyaura.com, or call (888) PHYAURA (749-2872).



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