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SNOMED Clinical Terms (SNOMED CT) is the most comprehensive, multilingual clinical terminology in the world. SNOMED CT contributes to the improvement of patient care by underpinning the development of Electronic Health Records. It enhances the value of recording clinical information by enabling meaning-based retrieval. Visit our booth to discuss SNOMED CT, its implementation and how it supports ’Meaningful Use’.

SNOMED CT

 •  October 16

All files distributed are available from the “July 2017 v1.0 (Nursing Health Issues refset)” version in the “SNOMED CT Nursing refset packages - SNOMED International” project, which can be found on the “IHTSDO Releases” page in MLDS, accessed here: The SNOMED CT® Nursing Health Issues refset package contains SNOMED CT files in Release Format 2...

SNOMED CT

 •  September 25

SNOMED International has issued this Request for Proposal (RFP) in order to select and contract with a company to redesign the organization’s online presence to deliver a modern, highly attractive and responsive website. The current SNOMED International website (www.snomed.org) has been a consistent delivery mechanism for news and linkages to...

SNOMED CT

 •  August 8

SNOMED International has a number of voluntary Advisory Groups designed to provide expert advice on the development and implementation of its products and services. See http://www.snomed.org/participate/join-an-advisory-group/ for information on each of the groups. At this time, SNOMED International is seeking volunteers to serve on the following...

SNOMED CT

 •  July 31

SNOMED International is pleased to announce the publication of the SNOMED CT Template Syntax v1.0. The Template Syntax presents the formal rules for representing slots in SNOMED CT expressions, expression constraints and queries. A slot represents a constraint and/or a placeholder for a value that is not known at the time of authoring, but which...

SNOMED CT

 •  July 20

As a significant focus of the organisation's mandate, SNOMED International is taking this opportunity to reaffirm the criteria for accepting terminology content as it applies to our members and collaborative partners. In the subsequently linked letter, the organisation has provided additional acceptance criteria guidelines, as well as minimum...

SNOMED CT

 •  July 19

-- As previously announced (in April 2017), due to requests from SNOMED International Members and other stakeholders, SNOMED CT® has drafted a position statement describing the relationship between the proposed SNOMED CT Pharmaceutical/biologic product concept model and other international standards. As this initiative evolves, SNOMED...

SNOMED CT

 •  June 26

The draft SNOMED CT Template Syntax specification is now available for your review and commentary. This document presents the formal rules for representing slots in SNOMED CT expressions, expression constraints and queries. A slot represents a constraint and/or a placeholder for a value that is not known at the time of authoring, but which can be...

SNOMED CT

 •  June 9

-- The goal of the ASSESS CT report, released in early 2017, was to make a significant contribution to the debate on eHealth semantic interoperability in Europe. The substantial analysis and research invested by ASSESS CT has identified SNOMED CT the core reference terminology for EU-wide deployment; a significant piece of the puzzle needed to...

SNOMED CT

 •  June 9

Within NHS Wales, an electronic patient record system has been developed since 2009 with a focus on a core generic clinical information model built using SNOMED CT. Mark Wardle, Consultant Neurologist, at Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, and Andy Spencer, Chair of the Informatics for Quality Committee, have recently produced a case study...

SNOMED CT

 •  May 8

Expo 2017 brings the world’s greatest thinkers together to discuss the global language of healthcare: SNOMED CT. The 2017 conference programme focuses the conversation on your experiences, achievements and enhancements of SNOMED CT.
Due to popular demand we have now extended the deadline for submissions to close on Friday 19th May 2017 (21:00...