Jan27

See you at HIMSS 2016, Las Vegas, February 29-March 4

Written by // John Carter Wednesday, January 27, 2016

See you at HIMSS 2016, Las Vegas, February 29-March 4

HIMSS 2016 is upon us, February 29 to March 4, in fabulous Las Vegas! We hope you'll stop by the Apelon booth (#2265) and say hello. We'll be showing off the new DTS version 4.4, which features a completely integrated HL7(r) FHIR(r) toolkit, enhanced value set tools for quality measure and clinical decision support developers, the new Content Download Portal app, and performance enhancements throughout the application. If you haven't seen DTS in a while, you'll be amazed at the latest features.

Aug28

See you at HIMSS AsiaPac

Singapore, September 6-10, 2015

Will you be attending the HIMSS AsiaPac and Digital Health Week meetings in Singapore next month? We will... so let's meet up... Drop us a line at sales@apelon.com. See you in Singapore!

Apr22

e-Health 2015, May 31 -- June 3, Toronto

Written by // John Carter Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Apelon will be exhibiting at Canada's premier health IT conference

Again this year, Apelon will be exhibiting at e-Health, Canada’s premier health information technology conference, held this year at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre from May 31 to June 3.

Mar05

Apelon's COM Reviews Terminology

Monday, March 05, 2012

Apelon's COM Reviews Terminology: 2012 & Beyond

For healthcare executives, what are the new buzzwords and terms to know?
 
Every organization that has implemented an electronic clinical system - such as electronic health records (EHRs), clinician order entry, lab or radiology management - has had to implement standardized terminology. That terminology is in use every single day to support structured data entry and summary data reporting. Unfortunately, despite its widespread use and necessity, terminology has not been given much strategic consideration.
 
But that's changing. 
Jan09

Healthcare Terminology

Monday, January 09, 2012

Healthcare Terminology: A Year in Review

Initiatives funded through the Office of the National Coordinator on Health Information Technology (ONC)1 in 2011 have put a bright light on healthcare IT, primarily through the specifications and standards underpinning ONC's stage I and II (and beyond) meaningful use (MU) requirements. 2011 also saw attention on the requirements to migrate from the decades-old ICD-9-CM to ICD-10 (CM and PCS). Both MU and the ICD migration highlight the need for better processes with improved terminology management.