Create a Semantic Interoperability Foundation
Knowledge creates a semantic foundation by transforming local terminology, and meaningful use standards into Solor’s common model. This transformation creates a common way to represent encoded data which provides the ability to accurately share clinical data.
Mind Computing’s Knowledge application uses Solor to integrate terminology such as LOINC, SNOMED CT, RxNorm and local terminology into a common model to normalize encoded data.
Healthcare providers must collect, analyze, and share accurate clinical data to improve healthcare outcomes, reduce healthcare costs, and provide value-based care. The ability to normalize clinical data is a pre-requisite for semantic interoperability, and healthcare systems today lack a semantic interoperability foundation.
To achieve interoperability, healthcare organizations currently use local terminology to encode data and then map to meaningful use standards, which has the potential for information loss when providers send data to each other. Knowledge can help eliminate data loss by enabling the creation of local terminology and sharing these changes and extensions.
Why Choose Knowledge?
Knowledge enables you to create a foundation for semantic interoperability that will:
Ensure Accurate Clinical Data
Normalize data encoding with meaningful use standards and local content extensions.
Avoid Information Loss
Reduce information loss caused by mapping.
Use Finer-Grained Encoded Data
Enable data that retains the meaning of the original source to improve the effectiveness of clinical decision applications.
Improve Data Analysis
Provide data analysis without information loss by integrating local terminology with meaningful use standards in a single integrated model.
Software as a Service
Simple deployment; we do all the work! Knowledge easily provides the latest releases of meaningful use standards and the ability to specify the meaningful use standards to load into your Knowledge environment and load your locally developed terminology.
Leverages the Solor project’s common model and features to create a semantic interoperability foundation. Mind Computing integrates Solor’s open source features into Knowledge to provide the only commercially available Solor development environment.