Regional Terminology Services
“At present a Proof of Concept project is being set up in one of the Danish Healthcare Regions. The purpose of this project is to demonstrate the anticipated large savings stemming from the automation and simplification of the present semi-manual procedures keeping classifications and local code books up to date in many disparate systems. HealthTerm is to be a single point of contact from where all maintenance, including regional and local extensions to the classifications take place, and systems draw upon coded information. As there is one source of coded information only, the future will demonstrate that all systems always operate with the same versions of the code systems.”
– CSC Scandihealth
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What is HealthTerm?
HealthTerm is a terminology platform, developed by CareCom over the last 15 years for the international healthcare sector.
How does HealthTerm Work?
HealthTerm handles all tasks related to terminologies, code systems and structured content – from creation of a new code system to translation of international code systems or mappings between local code lists and international standards.
What makes Heathterm Unique?
HealthTerm is unique in having a full set of tools to create and maintain all types of code systems and at the same time, it has the performance/security to handle the biggest healthcare enterprises on run-time look-up.
Orion is excited to announce our migration to HealthTerm. The flexibility combined with the high quality control of HealthTerm's tooling is by far the best the market offers today. We offer our customers a complete tooling package with everything from ease of use, maintenance of local code systems and mapping to a huge range of standard code systems based on international process standards with workflow control and process statistics. Additionally the software enables handling multi lingual processing on the fly, patient friendly and clinician friendly terms. Thousands of subset for customers to use in their applications come as standard e.g. for quality measure reporting (CQMs) and detailed support for semantic ontologies.
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