October 7-11 Business Meeting in Washington DC, US, including SNOMED CT Implementation Showcase & Working Group Meetings.
SNOMED CT is the most comprehensive, multilingual clinical terminology in the world. It is a vital component for safe and effective communication and reuse of meaningful health information.
The IHTSDO is pleased to have agreed a "public good" agreement with the European Renal Association-European Dialysis and Transplant Association (ERA-EDTA). As a result of this agreement the new list of codes for kidney disorders, released by the ERA-EDTA Registry on
Abstracts, slides and hand-outs from the 2012 SNOMED CT Implementation Showcase in Stockholm are now available for viewing and download. To find the presentation you want to view please open the Showcase Proceedings.
The International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation (IHTSDO) and the World Health Organization are pleased to announce that a Technology Preview of SNOMED CT to ICD-10 cross maps is now available. The Maps have been constructed using the July 2010 version of SNOMED CT,
IHTSDO and the Regenstrief Institute have announced that they are exploring a long-term collaborative relationship with the objective of developing coded content to support order entry and result reporting. The two organizations plan to build closer links between the SNOMED CT and LOINC
The IHTSDO publishes its Annual Quality Report for 2011, prepared by the Quality Assurance Committee. The report provides examples of quality activity across all aspects of IHTSDO work; terminology and associated products, organizational and product development processes, associated IHTSDO services
The oldest and largest national dentist society in the world, the American Dental Association (ADA), and the International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation (IHTSDO), the leading provider of standardized clinical terminology (SNOMED CT), are pleased to announce that they have
IHTSDO and the European Union FP7 project COMMODITY12 have signed a "public good" agreement for free use of SNOMED CT within the project.
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