Clinical Architecture Alleviates the Burden of Managing Content Updates

By CIOReview | Thursday, August 27, 2015
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CARMEL, CA: Healthcare terminology management technology provider, Clinical Architecture launched Clinical Architecture Content Cloud package, a pro-healthcare solution, tailored to deliver updated healthcare terminologies in a standard and consistent format.

In order to comply with many of the requirements for meaningful use and other state and federal programs, it is required to interoperate or report using specified terminologies or standards. Previously the standards were all released with different schedules and all came from different sources; which made it all the more complicated. Content Cloud provides a single source for healthcare standards like ICD-9, ICD-10, LONIC, RxNorm, SNOMED-CT, HL-7 and many other relevant clinical administrative terminologies.

The technology helps in reducing the need for clients to locate and monitor the ever expanding list of content sources. It brings in extensive healthcare content experience and a deep understanding of healthcare terminologies, including how best to acquire, update, distribute and utilize the resources.

Users can simply subscribe to the required content, and receive files in a standard format to load on to the selected applications, which saves time and cuts down the hassle of tracking down content.  Its single source for content acquisition means reduced manual effort, automatic updates, and terminology in a consistent format you can put to use right away. It enables clients to leverage this knowledge to easily use the terminologies and keep the system up-to-date.

This one-stop-shop for healthcare terminology eliminates the need for critical IT resources to invest the time needed to effectively understand the variation of each terminology.