Apelon’s TermManager is a Web-based tool for mapping local terms to national standards like LOINC, SNOMED-CT, and ICD-10. TermManager has multi-user work flow options and flexible output formats to help you complete your terminology mapping projects.
Like most enterprises your size, your electronic records ecosystem includes data from many sources and systems. Now, you and your team need to standardize on SNOMED CT, LOINC, and other terminologies so that you can meet Meaningful Use requirements, share data with partners and payers, and empower the next generation of clinical and financial decision support. However, you don’t want to spend the next ten years in terminology school or installing another platform. You just need to map your existing catalogs to standards as quickly as possible.
Apelon’s TermManager lets you map your existing data items to national standards via a simple Web-based interface. Just import your local terms from a text file or spreadsheet, choose your mapping target (we support SNOMED CT, LOINC, ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, RadLex, and many more), and get started. You have complete control over the work flow so you always know how your project is progressing. When you’re ready, just export your mappings. Whether you’re mapping one term or a thousand, TermManager makes it easy to conquer terminology complexity.
TermManager uses sophisticated lexical and semantic matching techniques to suggest the best mapping for each term. You can always override the suggested terms or perform custom searches to ensure the most accurate mappings for your needs.
- Easy Web interface for single and batch mapping
- Role-based access for security and convenience
- One-to-many matches available
- Monthly or annual subscription options available