• Content Subscription Service

    Apelon’s Content Subscription Service provides more than 50 terminologies and cross-maps in a consistent format for easy integration into your information ecosystem. Your annual subscription provides you with all the terminology updates, and the Apelon DTS Content Portal app lets you decide how and when to apply the updates. Read More
  • Health Information Exchanges

    HIEs (Health Information Exchanges) are struggling to respond to an ever-changing regulatory landscape while satisfying member needs for quantifiable short-term results. Apelon's Solutions can help by making sure medical data flows more smoothly across system boundaries. Read More
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Apelon is a...

Apelon is a clinical informatics company focused on accelerating eHealth through data standardization and interoperability. We help you create a semantic framework that improves data quality, comparability and accessibility.
 
For over twenty years Apelon has collaborated with many of the world’s leading public and private healthcare organizations to design, build and deploy clinical terminologies. Apelon’s personnel: engineers, medical informaticists, and clinicians, are recognized experts in vocabulary technology, dedicated to providing practical healthcare information solutions.
 
Apelon is committed to industry leadership, participating in commercial, academic and public-sector forums including AMIA, HL7, ISO, HITSC, OpenHIE, and others.

Who We Serve

  • System Integrators
  • EMR Vendors
  • Terminology Developers
  • Government Agencies
  • HIE's

Apelon can help systems integrators solve terminology and interoperability challenges in even the most complex eHealth projects.

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Apelon can help you solve your product's terminology problem with terminology server software, strategic planning, and client provisioning.

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Over the years, Apelon has helped create and manage SNOMED CT, ICD-9-CM, ICD-10-CM, and many more. We can help you manage your internal terminology needs, too.

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Apelon creates semantic frameworks and offers interoperability guidance to national and regional government agencies in the US and around the world. 

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Health Information Exchanges make it possible to share health information. Apelon makes that information meaningful with standard terminologies.

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Upcoming Events

  • HL7 May 2016 Working Group Meeting

    HL7 May 2016 Working Group Meeting
    May 07 2016 until May 13 2016
    Montreal, Canada

    The Apelon team will be attending the HL7 May 2016 Working Group Meeting in Montreal. We will be participating in the FHIR Connectathon May 7 and 8, and then attending sessions on vocabulary, information modeling, clinical quality measurement, and of course FHIR. We look forward to seeing you there.

  • e-Health Annual Conference

    Reimagining Healthcare Delivery in Canada

    e-Health Annual Conference
    June 05 2016 until June 08 2016
    Vancouver, Canada
    We look forward to catching up with our Canadian friends and DTS users from across the country at the upcoming e-Health Conference in Vancouver June 5-8, 2016.
  • Ni2016

    13th International Congress in Nursing Informatics

    Ni2016
    June 25 2016 until June 26 2016
    Geneva, Switzerland

    Apelon's Christie Johnson, APRN, will be presenting a poster at the 13th International Conference in Nursing Informatics in Geneva describing Apelon's work building SNOMED-based detailed clinical information models and how those models can be adapted for nursing-focused content. We hope to see you in Geneva!

  • Australian Clinical Terminology Connectathon

    Australian Clinical Terminology Connectathon
    July 06 2016 until July 07 2016
    Sydney, Australia

    Apelon will be attending the second Australian National Clinical Terminology Service FHIR Connectathon in Melbourne, Australia, May 18 and 19. We will be working alongside teams from the Australian government and EMR vendors to explore how terminology tools and content can be leveraged to improve information delivery in Australia