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How To Integrate WHODrug Koda Into Your Medical Coding Process

Have you heard about UMC’s WHODrug Koda coding engine? Not sure how you could integrate it into your coding process? Come and hear how we are prototyping integration via the web service API.

Koda could help with:

  • Your daily drug coding business
  • Upgrading your WHODrug version
  • Upgrading your WHODrug format


Using Webservice APIs is not always straightforward, as you have to deal with technicalities like transforming data, generating network traffic, security certificates, etc. Thus, it would simplify integration if you had an additional interface level available, which hides all the technical parts.

WHODrug Koda

Interested in learning more about WHODrug Koda?

Perficient has built a prototype of such an interface and will be presenting on it at a webinar on 25th February hosted by UMC. We’ll give an overview of the design, usage, and possible integration. We’ll also be available to answer questions.

Register for one of the two sessions here:

If you have any questions, feel free to contact Caz or Rudolf:

Caz Halsey, Director, Life Sciences:
Rudolf Coetzee, Business Development, Life Sciences:

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Caz Halsey, Director, Life Sciences

Caroline Halsey has over 20 years’ experience in the clinical trials industry from various angles including consulting, data management, project and operational management. Recent responsibilities include oversight of the development of a bespoke medical coding system for a major pharma and working to develop InForm EDC study build services at Perficient, alongside responsibilities as Director within the Perficient Life Sciences Business Unit.

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