The Clinical Information Modeling Initiative (CIMI) has developed the Archetype Modeling Language (AML) specifications, which is now an Object Management Group (OMG) standard. The AML is for modeling archetypes using the Unified Modeling Language (UML). The development of the AML specifications is part of one of the goals for CIMI - to deliver a shared repository of clinical models that is open and free to use. The AML is an attractive option to create, reuse and extend archetypes and the ability to share these archetypes greatly improves interoperability. AML is new standard with lot of promises and benefits, but lacks support of any tooling to get started with creating AML archetypes easily. The ADL archetypes are built using a proprietary format and hence lack an easy gateway to Model-Driven Architecture. The author has created maps for transforming existing archetypes in the OpenEHR's Archetype Definition Language (ADL) to AML workspace. These proven mappings bridge the gap between ADL and AML by providing seamless transition and leverage the ADL archetypes to the AML modeling workspace. This thesis is about these mappings and their implementation.