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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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Information Management #1 – Digital Empathy

If you are reading this blog three things are likely true.  (1) you are somehow involved in healthcare IT (2) you can be classified somewhere on the information-nerd..

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

Thursday, January 29, 2015

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