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July 31, 2018

By: Charlie Harp

In the trenches of healthcare, important decisions are made every day. We make..

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A Meaningful Scavenger Hunt

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Semantically Enabled Medication Reconciliation

I was recently asked “Why is semantic interoperability important to medication reconciliation?”

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Indiana Health Information Exchange Selects Symedical for Enhanced Terminology Management and Improved Interoperability

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

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Understanding ICD-10-CM - Part III - A Terminology by the Book

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Spring 2015 Update

This is a brief intermission from your regularly scheduled blog entries...

I wanted to pop in and share with you an update from our offices in Carmel, Indiana. This..

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Understanding ICD-10-CM - Part II - What's In A Code?

To understand a terminology it is important to understand its history, coding scheme, content model, the intended use cases and editorial policy.  In my previous..

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Children’s Hospital Association Selects Clinical Architecture’s Symedical for Global Terminology Management and Data Normalization

Friday, April 24, 2015

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Clinical Architecture at HIMSS15

At Clinical Architecture we are gearing up for the HIMSS conference next week.

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Understanding ICD-10-CM - Part I - Origin Story

Lately I have taken some interest in ICD-10-CM.  Be advised that I tend to write these blogs for the clinical engineer or architect, not for the informaticist,..

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Stage 3 Meaningful Use – Objectives and Measures Summary

On Friday the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services released the proposed rule for Stage 3 Meaningful Use Criteria.  The full text of the 301 page document can be..

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