Apelon and Clinical Architecture have partnered to evolve and enhance healthcare terminology management by offering their unique and complimentary products and services together. Now the most powerful terminology tools and the most experienced terminology consultants are available with Clinical Architecture’s Symedical® and Apelon’s professional services. The companies are working together to deliver the best product / service mix to meet the unique needs of each client, including the introduction of Interoperability Sentinel, a new managed interoperability platform.
Not all organizations have the internal expertise or resources to effectively manage their terminology assets. However, the growing requirements for data exchange, quality reporting and population health can make clinical interoperability the difference between success and failure. Applying the strengths of each company, Apelon and Clinical Architecture have created Interoperability Sentinel. Now instead of tying up valuable resources or falling behind on Meaningful Exchange, for a monthly fee clients can subscribe to Interoperability Sentinel where Apelon experts use Symedical’s powerful runtime services to proactively monitor and manage terminology exchange.
“Symedical is incredibly powerful and able to serve as the one place organizations can centrally manage all their terminology assets”, said Charlie Harp, CEO of Clinical Architecture. “However, from day one it has been designed to help knowledgeable human resources become more efficient. We’re extremely excited to be partnered with Apelon, together we know we’ll make a difference in healthcare.”
“Apelon has been at the forefront of terminology development and interoperability for years and with the recent release of DTS 4, that innovation continues”, said Stephen Coady, CEO of Apelon. “We’ve been very impressed with the technical innovations Clinical Architecture has brought to the management of terminology and ontology in a relatively short period of time. Together we’ll be able to offer a full spectrum of terminology solutions that to date have been unavailable.
Both companies will be exhibiting at the HIMSS14 conference in Orlando Florida from February 24th through the 26th and invite interested parties to reach out to schedule meetings or stop by booth #5055 (Apelon) and Booth #1077 (Clinical Architecture).