Apelon’s team of clinical informatics professionals can map your legacy data to standard terminologies quickly and accurately. 

The Problem

There are lots of good reasons to use standard terminologies like SNOMED CT, LOINC, and RxNorm: to comply with Meaningful Use requirements, to integrate legacy data silos, to unleash the next generation of analytics. But your legacy data – and you have a lot of legacy data – needs to be converted, and you don’t want to spend the next ten years doing it.

The Solution

Apelon’s clinical informatics professionals can quickly analyze and map your existing data catalogs to the standard terminologies named in the Meaningful Use requirements. Our team includes physician, pharmacists, nurse practitioners, medical technologists, and more.

Three Step Mapping Process

  1. We perform a data domain analysis to identify your data’s strengths and weaknesses 
  2. Our multidisciplinary team creates an initial map with industry-leading tools including Apelon DTS and Clinical Architecture’s Symedical®
  3. We work with your stakeholders to resolve the ambiguous and unmapped items

Once your initial backlog is cleared out, you can either retain us to perform the ongoing maintenance mapping or we can train your team members.

Terminology Mapping News

  • IHSTDO Business Meeting / SNOMED CT Expo Join Apelon for the IHTSDO Business Meeting/ SNOMED CT Expo

    Join Apelon for the IHTSDO Business Meeting/ SNOMED CT Expo

    Wellington, New Zealand

    SNOMED CT Expo 2016 offers an opportunity to network with government officials, health IT professionals, practitioners, researchers, vendors from around the world and showcase the latest health IT achievements. A program of lectures and educational sessions will enable the participants to learn about the language of health IT and its recent developments.

  • Apelon DTS Update

    John Carter, February 22, 2016

    Have you see the latest from DTS, Apelon’s open source terminology server? Version 4.4 is out (register and download at http://apelondts.org), and there are a lot of new features over the past couple of releases. 

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

    John Carter, January 27, 2016

    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.

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