Our platform provides you with the software, content, and consulting solutions that map, translate, update, and manage standard and enhanced clinical terminologies on an enterprise scale — enabling the information liquidity required to support some of healthcare’s toughest challenges, such as meaningful use compliance, ICD-10 conversion, population health management, analytics, ACOs, and semantic interoperability among systems.
- New Health Language Solution Enables Accurate and Efficient Capture of Diagnosis Codes throughout the Continuum of Care
- Wolters Kluwer Health Partners with Streamline Health Solutions to Simplify Remediation Efforts and Reduce the Risks Associated with the ICD-10 Transition
- Wolters Kluwer Health Urges Healthcare Organizations to Use ICD-10 Delay to Refine Transition Plans, Maximize Outcomes
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Becker’s Hospital Review: Data Normalization for Semantic Translation
Summary: Why normalizing your clinical and claims data into standard terminologies is critical to supporting forward-thinking initiatives such as big data analytics, population health management and semantic interoperability.
Date: October 27th, 2014
ICD-10 Coding Success: The Devil is in the Details
Summary: ICD-10 is a brave new world. The differences in terminology offer opportunities to broaden the outlook of patient care as well as notable challenges to HIM professionals. These realities are helping health care organizations develop a deeper awareness of what the broader scope of readiness really entails.
Date: September 25, 2014
Advance Healthcare: Enterprise Terminology Management
Summary: Terminology is core to everything in healthcare – from diagnoses to procedures to outcomes, healthcare IT systems represent clinical concepts in coded terminologies or free text. The lack of a common clinical vocabulary across disparate systems is currently a primary roadblock to the national efforts to increase interoperability, transparency and collaboration within our healthcare system.
Date: July 14, 2014
Healthcare IT News: Clinical Informatics
Summary: If there is one emerging pattern within the clinical informatics field, it is the quest to make data “actionable” for users. With all the technology infrastructure development over the past decade to facilitate electronic health record installation in healthcare facilities, providers are finding that the data generated often can’t be used in a timely and constructive manner.
Date: July 11, 2014
For the Record: Healthcare’s Semantics Challenge
Summary: A bird’s-eye view of the current federal health care initiatives reveals a synergistic effort to move the industry toward the triple goal of enhanced patient care, improved population health, and lower costs. But the health information exchange, Big Data, and improved analytics that facilitate these goals all hinge on health care organizations’ ability to accurately aggregate patient data and share them with stakeholders along the continuum, interoperability is the largest obstacle to achieving this longitudinal view of patient data.
Date: May 3rd, 2014