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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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New Clinical Architecture Content Cloud Establishes Reliable Single Source for Terminology Updates, Makes it Easier to Keep Healthcare Systems Up-To-Date

Carmel, IN (August 18, 2015) - Clinical Architecture, the leading innovator in healthcare terminology management technology, announced today the launch of the..

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A Meaningful Scavenger Hunt

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The Road to Precision Medicine - Part II - The First Pillar

In the previous post I asserted that to accomplish our objective of creating an application that can serve as a trusted advisor to a provider it must be a true..

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Clinical Architecture Revolutionizes How Meaningful Use Terminology Sets are Acquired and Updated with Symedical Content Portal

Friday, August 16, 2013 Carmel, IN. – Clinical Architecture has revolutionized the process of finding, formatting and updating the many standard terminologies, HL7 value..

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Informatics Lingo: Pre and Post Coordinated Terms

If you spend enough time interacting with clinical applications and terminologies you will hear terminologies described as pre-coordinated or post-coordinated.  What..

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What is the Healthcare Data Dictionary (HDD) and HDDAccess?

Recently the VA and DOD announced that they have licensed 3Ms Healthcare Data Dictionary, or HDD, for open use as 'HDD Access'

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The Twelve Days of Christmas... with an Informaticist

On the first day of Christmas, my informaticist gave to me A hyper-precoordinated key

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Clinical Terminologies in Healthcare - Part Two

The Terminology Uncertainty Principle

I am a Star Trek fan (not a Trekkie... I don't wear a tunic around the office...if I did it would be gold to signify command.....

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3M and Clinical Architecture Partner to Deliver Next-Generation Clinical Interoperability Solution

New 3M Healthcare Data Architecture offers easy and efficient management of vocabularies, codes and terms across disparate systems

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

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Lab Terminologies and LOINC - Part II

Lab Orders and Results prior to LOINC.

I was hired by Medi-Span in 1998 to run their software products team.  In a meeting with product management someone was..

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