CAP Consulting

CAP Consulting offers your health care organization’s team expert advisory services and solutions to meet the demands of delivering high-quality clinical systems and health information management.

Why Choose Us

Our consulting approach will help your clinical and business leadership teams:

  • Improve patient outcomes by transforming data into actionable information
  • Ensure patient safety through the accuracy of clinical meaning as health information is documented, exchanged, interpreted, and aggregated
  • Maximize performance with use of clinical information to drive decision support, performance, and outcome improvement
Discover the ways our services will improve your organization’s clinical and operational performance
Contact CAP Consulting
Call Us: 847-832-7700

  What We Do

Enterprise Clinical Information Maturity & Quality
A structured approach to deliver information priorities, data governance, and data management best practices that optimizes enterprise clinical information for data exchange, decision support, and analytics

Health Care Terminology & Standards Strategies
Advisory services and education to improve terminology content, management, and use, including SNOMED CT, ICD-10, LOINC, and other standard clinical and diagnostic terminologies

Structured Data Solutions
Tools and services to capture and report health information accurately

Electronic Cancer Checklists (eCC)
Software support (PDF, 903 KB) to assist in the advancement of cancer reporting

CAP eFRM™, a new software tool (PDF, 177 KB), automatically delivers real-time updates of the latest CAP eCCs, ensures report completion, and automated content maintenance.

Supported by the Pathology Electronic Reporting (PERT) Committee


Learn more about CAP Consulting’s educational programs for SNOMED CT as well as other clinical terminologies and standards



 • CAP and mTuitive Collaborate to
    Enhance Cancer Care for Patients

 • Lab Interoperability Cooperative

    Support the initiative to connect
    laboratories and public health
    agencies in meaningful
    use reporting