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IHTSDOInternational Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation (Denmark)
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The new or revised nursing diagnoses with defining characteristics as evidence-based assessments and related factors or risk factors as etiologies; the nursing interventions with evidence-based actions to plan and perform; and the patient outcomes with measurable indicators to evaluate patients are not going to be available through the National Library Medicine UMLS, or SNOMED-CT according to the future procedures outlined by the IHTSDO; and
The purpose of IHTSDO is to develop, maintain, promote and enable the uptake and correct use of its terminology products in health systems, services and products around the world, and undertake any or all activities incidental and conducive to achieving the purpose of the Association for the benefits of the members.
***(2009) http://www.ihtsdo.org/snomed-ct, IHTSDO: International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation, Accessed on: 2009-06-01
Objective: The eStandards CSA is proposed by HL7, CEN TC251, & IHE, leading Standards Organizations (SDOs), and is supported by the eHealth Network, ISO TC215, GS1, IHTSDO, IEEE11073, and IMIA to advance eHealth interoperability and global alignment of standards with seven objectives: 1.
The nursing order sets are also being mapped to the Systematized Nomenclature of Medicine--Clinical Terms (SNOMED CT) as part of the Harmonization Agreement between the International Council of Nurses and the International Health Terminology Standards Development Organization (IHTSDO) (13).
The new version brings a raft of new features, a faster, more intuitive user interface and the latest SNOMED CT dataset from the IHTSDO.
SNOMED CT is developed and supported in an international collaborative effort through the International Health Terminology Standards Development Organization (IHTSDO) and the member countries (approximately15) function as partnered National Release Centres (1).
On behalf of the International Health Terminology Standards Development Organization (IHTSDO), a Candidate Baseline of the International Classification for Nursing Practice (ICNP) and SNOMED CT Cooperative Project is available for download now.
As well as keeping up-to-date with the latest versions of SNOMED datasets from the IHTSDO, Dataline continues to add new features to its portfolio of SNOMED products.
Robyn has also been exposed to what is happening in the international arena where she is involved in user acceptance testing for the IHTSDO (1) terminology workbench, which allows her to contribute to the long-term goals of the IHTSDO and the promotion of SNOMED CT.
On behalf of the International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation (IHTSDO), NLM is pleased to announce that the IHTSDO has published a new a[euro]Vendor Introduction to SNOMED CTa[euro] guide.
A representational form for post-coordinated expressions is part of the IHTSDO technical implementation guide, but specific pattern constraints for use has not been documented.