Semedy Vaccines Solution, available through the Clinical Knowledge Management System (CKMS), streamlines vaccine content review and update processes via content integration from reference and local sources. Automated services retrieve the most current content from public websites, ensuring that the integrated repository always has accurate and up-to-date vaccine information, including recommendations from the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP). The Vaccines solution offers:

  • Versioning and detailed auditing to track the evolution of individual assets

  • Templates to consolidate relevant vaccine information from multiple sources into a single view

  • Authoring capabilities for content engineers to create or update vaccines proactively

  • Notification function to better communicate and coordinate between clinicians and analysts

  • Advanced queries to efficiently:

    • Identify dependencies

    • Detect duplicate or similar content to consolidate

    • Determine impact of downstream changes and proactively prevent potential errors

    • Assist with the implementation of Clinical Decision Support (CDS) rules

    • Increase the accuracy and consistency of immunization evaluation and forecasting



Starts with installing the CKMS platform, and extract/transform/load (ETL) pipeline to periodically import new vaccine content from various sources, creating a comprehensive vaccines repository. Semedy’s vaccine models can be extended to allow semantic connections to local and reference terminologies such as NCI thesaurus, RxNorm, LOINC, and SNOMED CT. Presentation templates and queries can be customized to fulfill local needs.


CKMS Demonstration

Demonstration of vaccine solution includes scenarios to identify all active live vaccines to be leveraged in a CDS using simple search and advanced query; integrating new CVX content using ETL along with auto-notification to alert subscribers of any changes; as well as creating and modifying content in CKMS with revision history.

Automated integration and management of vaccine resources

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