Turning Healthcare Data into Information
The data isn’t missing, it just can’t be seen.
Unstructured clinical narrative contains the most relevant patient information but its unstructured state is the biggest obstacle to understanding the meaning of all the content stored in medical records. Healthcare organizations around the world want to ask questions of their data and use their findings to improve outcomes and performance and meet quality measures, but they simply cannot access that information because of its lack of standardized structure. Until now.
CLiX Online is the first user interface available to the healthcare industry to demonstrate the power of Clinical Natural Language Processing (CNLP) in structuring medical records. Experience the power of CLiX, our clinical language indexing engine, for yourself and transform the way you understand your data.
- Creating a CLiX Online account is FREE. Simply complete the easy registration process to try CLiX with your own narrative.
- Watch as CLiX intelligently maps and indexes clinical notes in real-time.
- Learn how never-before-seen Clinical NLP can improve physician workflow and patient outcomes.
- View your own data mapped to SNOMED CT (the world’s most comprehensive and complex medical lexicon) as well as ICD-9, ICD-10 and RxNorm.
Improving the quality of data and making the seamless exchange of patient information possible
Meaningful Use, ACOs, HIEs and patient consumerism all require a robust level of reporting to measure the quality of clinical data and provide clinical decision support to care providers. Using CLiX to improve the quality of your data makes it possible to meet quality measures and criteria, such as:
- Use standard structured data to enable the sharing of content between providers.
- Produce output that allows you to maintain up-to-date, critical data elements such as problem lists, medications and allergies.
- Automated encoding to SNOMED CT (Systematic Nomenclature of Medicine Clinical Terminology), a hierarchical medical classification system, as well as ICD-9, ICD-10 and RxNorm.
- Enable sharing of healthcare information seamlessly between the entities within HIEs.
- Preserve the context and meaning intended by the narrative, while structuring and encoding it to rich, granular data that can be used to reduce errors, improve revenue and support adherence to quality and reporting measures.