CARMEL, IN--(Marketwire - April 4, 2011) -  Clinical Architecture today announced the availability of Symedical® Server, its enterprise class semantic interoperability engine. The company is extending its powerful mapping solution into real-time transaction environments to manage interoperability at the point of data exchange.

In addition to prospective mapping, Symedical® Server offers run-time services (APIs) that monitor data channels, translate coded and free text terms, alert administrators of anomalies and enable remote management of a large number of terminology maps. Symedical® Server is highly scalable and architected to support high volume transaction environments. With Symedical® Server, health systems, health information exchanges, quality reporting agencies and the system vendors who serve all segments of healthcare can attain semantic interoperability and improve overall operational effectiveness.

To meet the next level of meaningful use requirements all segments of healthcare must be able to transmit and receive patient data in a semantically accurate and actionable format. "It's impressive to see how quickly the healthcare industry has responded to meet stage 1 meaningful use requirements," said Charlie Harp, Chief Executive Officer of Clinical Architecture. "With that deadline behind us it's time to focus on the higher expectations of the next stage. The only way to reliably deliver semantic interoperability is to make it part of the standard operations of each system. That's why we designed Symedical® Server to live at the point of data exchange to 'operationalize' the automated translation of clinical and administrative terminologies." Interested parties are invited to register for a demonstration by visiting

About Clinical Architecture

Clinical Architecture specializes in meeting the integration and interoperability needs of healthcare through niche consulting and the development of innovative and practical solutions to healthcare's most pressing technical challenges. The company was formed around the extensive clinical integration experience of its staff and has consistently succeeded in addressing complex problems with effective pragmatic solutions. The company is located just north of Indianapolis in Carmel, Indiana. For additional information on Clinical Architecture, contact John Wilkinson at (317) 580-8417 or visit Informative discussions of interoperability topics are available at the company's Healthcare IT Blog;

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John J. Wilkinson
Clinical Architecture, LLC
Phone: (317) 580-8417
Fax: (317) 580-8421