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SNOMEDSystematized Nomenclature of Human Medicine (a multiaxial nomenclature for indexing medical records)
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The implementation of SNOMED CT in NSW is virtually in its infancy and there are likely to be lessons learned for other Australian and international jurisdictions.
Healthcare organizations unaccustomed to recording in SNOMED must assess the current terminologies used for problem lists--as well as diagnoses--and how those terminologies might affect ongoing analytics and reimbursement.
SNOMED Clinical Terms (CT) is the most comprehensive, multilingual clinical healthcare terminology in the world.
For those who have SNOMED coding in their EMR, it's easy to map from SNOMED to ICD-9 or 10--but they're the minority," Rishel says.
1 /PRNewswire/ -- SNOMED(R) International, a Division of The College of American Pathologists (CAP) and NHS Connecting for Health, an Executive Agency of the Department of Health in England, have announced a proposal to establish an international Standards Development Organization (SDO) to offer countries the opportunity to take a leading role in the development, ownership and maintenance of SNOMED Clinical Terms (SNOMED CT).
For clinicians, there are many challenges associated with preparing for the Stage 2 Meaningful Use requirements, with the conversion to SNOMED CT being one of the most significant," said Dr.
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SNOMED brings increased accuracy and recording speed to healthcare systems within the UK health sector.
SNOMED CT and ICD-10-AM/ACHI are very different; they have different purposes, and are intended for different system deployments and for different users:
In 2005, each mapping will be available free-of-charge to UMLS users who are licensed to use both SNOMED CT and the specific nursing terminology involved.
The addition of HLI software will help support providers in achieving Meaningful Use Stage 1 requirements for up-to-date problem lists and proposed Meaningful Use Stage 2 requirements for SNOMED problem lists, and it will lay the foundation for ICD-10 support.
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