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September 25, 2019

Written by: Chrissy Richey

Imagine you’re seven years old, thirty-seven pounds, feeling nauseous..

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Unnecessary Uncertainty - The Anatomical Inventory

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What is the Natural Language of Healthcare?

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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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St. Joseph Health Selects Clinical Architecture’s Symedical for Semantic Normalization and Interoperability

Thursday, January 29, 2015

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HealthInfoNet Selects Symedical for Advanced Terminology Management and Data Normalization to Enhance Nationally Recognized HIE

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

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Clinical Architecture Appoints Bob Taylor, DO, as Chief Medical Information Officer

Thursday, September 25, 2014

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Clinical Architecture and Apelon - Collaborating to Evolve and Enhance your Terminology Ecosystem

There was a press release issued today announcing our new agreement with Apelon.  Apelon has amazing, knowledgable and trusted resources that have been serviing this..

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Clinical Architecture at HIMSS14 in Orlando

Clinical Architecture will have a booth at the 2014 HIMSS conference in Orlando February 22-27th.

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Fit for Purpose - by Shaun Shakib, PhD

A mentor of mine once used the expression “Fit-For-Purpose” and I believe it captures an important and practical principle for orienting a discussion around the use of..

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What is Data Normalization?

Recently a friend of mine asked me a question.  "What is normalization?"  One formal definition is “Normalization is the process of reducing data to its canonical..
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