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Health Terminologies


Discuss and share updates, requirements, challenges, issues, solutions, presentations and work items related to health terminologies and classifications (SNOMED CT, pCLOCD, etc.).
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Discuss and share updates, requirements, challenges, issues, solutions, presentations and work items related to health terminologies and classifications (SNOMED CT, pCLOCD, etc.).

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What is the Health Terminologies Community?

The Health Terminologies Community is a place to share and learn about new and existing implementations of, and updates to, health-related terminologies, terminology subsets, and classification systems used in Canada.

Members actively contribute to discussions and share information and advice related to the implementation, development, maintenance, and use of multiple vocabularies in various health-related projects.

This community is responsive to its membership, actively encouraging, welcoming, and relying on the submission of discussion topics, agenda items, and other items such as education and vendor engagement from its members.

The community will engage and collaborate with other groups or InfoCentral communities on broader related topics when relevant.

Major reference terminologies and classification systems of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • SNOMED CT
  • LOINC/pCLOCD
  • CCDD (Canadian Clinical Drug Dataset)
  • ICD-10-CA
  • ATC

Canada Health Infoway is the National Release Centre (NRC) for SNOMED CT, pCLOCD, and HL7 in Canada.

The Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) is responsible for the development and publication of ICD-10-CA (the Canadian modification of ICD-10), as well as CCI (Canadian Classification of Health Interventions).

To become a member of this community select Join Group in the Group Menu.

If you have an idea for a community, working group, or project that will drive interoperability forward, let us know by contacting us.

CO-LEADERS

  • Alana Lane, Subject Matter Expert, Classifications and Terminologies, Canadian Institute for Health Information
  • Anil Patel, Senior Standards Specialist, Virtual care, Canada Health Infoway

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Madison Kaskiewicz a lancé une nouvelle discussion dans le groupe Health Terminologies

Hello, The Production release of the November 2022 SNOMED CT® Global Patient Set (GPS) RF2 refset package is now available from Canada health Infoway. The SNOMED CT® Global Patient Set (GPS) refset package contains SNOMED CT files in Release Format 2 (RF2) only, distributed in a zipped file archive: • SnomedCT_GPS_PRODUCTION_20221130T120000Z.zip This package is provided in Release Format 2 (RF2) format only. For the Freeset format of the same GPS Refset, please see https://gps.snomed.org/ In line with the new SNOMED International packaging guidelines, the Release Notes and Implementation Guide have been separated from the release package, and so can be downloaded as distinct files: • doc_SnomedINTL-GlobalPatientSet-ReleaseNotes_Current_en-US_INT_20220731.pdf • doc_SnomedINTL-GlobalPatientSet-ImplementationGuide_Current_en-US_INT_20220731.pdf The Documentation can also be accessed on InfoCentral: ... Please Contact Us if you have any questions.

Madison Kaskiewicz a lancé une nouvelle discussion dans le groupe Health Terminologies

Hello, The first Production release of the November 2022 SNOMED CT® IPS Terminology (IPST) package is now available, from the IPST website: ... The SNOMED CT® IPS Terminology (IPST) package contains SNOMED CT files distributed in a zipped file archive: • SnomedCT_IPSTerminologyRelease_PRODUCTION_20221130T120000Z.zip This stand-alone package is provided as a sub-ontology - for full details of the composition and scope please see the announcement here: https://www.snomed.org/news-and-events/articles/IPS-Terminology-released-broadens-interoperability The Release Notes and Implementation Guide are also available from the same IPST site as the package, and the Documentation can also be accessed on InfoCentral: ... It is worth noting that current SNOMED CT users, those located in a SNOMED International Member region or those with an Affiliate license to a complete SNOMED CT edition, should avoid use of the IPS Terminology and instead, implement their IPS solutions using a full edition of SNOMED CT such as SNOMED CT-CA for Canada. Please Contact Us if you have any questions.

Madison Kaskiewicz a lancé une nouvelle discussion dans le groupe Health Terminologies

Hello, The Production release of the October 2022 SNOMED CT® Spanish Edition is now available to everyone from Canada Health Infoway. This release contains the Spanish language version of the July 2022 SNOMED CT® International Edition. The SNOMED CT® Spanish Edition Production release is distributed as a single zipped file archive: • SnomedCT_SpanishRelease-es_PRODUCTION_20221031T120000Z.zip The Release Notes and Starter Guide have been separated from the Spanish Edition package, and can be accessed from Infocentral: • Release Notes: ... • Starter Guide: ... Please Contact Us if you are interested in implementing these files or have other questions.

Madison Kaskiewicz a lancé une nouvelle discussion dans le groupe Health Terminologies

Hello, The Production release of the July 2022 SNOMED CT® International Patient Set (IPS) RF2 refset package is now available, from Canada Health Infoway. The SNOMED CT® IPS refset package contains SNOMED CT files in Release Format 2 (RF2) format, distributed in a zipped file archive: • SnomedCT_IPS_PRODUCTION_20221130T120000Z.zip In line with the new SNOMED International packaging guidelines, the Release Notes have been separated from the release package, and so can be downloaded as distinct files: • doc_SnomedCT-IPS-ReleaseNotes_Current_en-US_INT_20220731.pdf The Release Notes can also be accessed from InfoCentral: ... Please Contact Us if you are interested in implementing these files or have other questions.

Madison Kaskiewicz a lancé une nouvelle discussion dans le groupe Health Terminologies

Dear All, The 2022 Production release of the SNOMED CT Orphanet Map package is now Canda Health Infoway. This release is dependent upon, and should therefore be consumed in conjunction with the July 2022 SNOMED CT International Edition. The SNOMED CT Orphanet Map release is distributed in a zipped archive file in the official RF2 format as follows: • SnomedCT_SNOMEDOrphanetMapPackage_PRODUCTION_20221031T120000Z.zip In line with the SNOMED International packaging guidelines, the Release Notes are separated from the release package, and so can be downloaded as distinct files. The Release Notes can also be accessed from Infocentral: ... Please Contact Us if you are interested in implementing these files or have other questions.

Madison Kaskiewicz a lancé une nouvelle discussion dans le groupe Health Terminologies

Hello, The Production release of the July 2022 SNOMED CT® Odontogram refset package is now available, from the Canada Health Infoway. The SNOMED CT® Odontogram refset package contains SNOMED CT files in Release Format 2 (RF2) only, distributed in a zipped file archive: • SnomedCT_Odontogram_PRODUCTION_20221130T120000Z.zip The Release Notes have been separated from the Release package, and can be downloaded as distinct files: • doc_SnomedCT-Odontogram-ReleaseNotes_Current_en-US_INT_20220731.pdf The Release Notes can also be accessed from InfoCentral: ... Please Contact Us if you are interested in implementing these files or have other questions.

Madison Kaskiewicz a lancé une nouvelle discussion dans le groupe Health Terminologies

Hello, The Production release of the July 2022 SNOMED CT® General Practitioner/Family Practitioner (GP/FP) Reference Sets package is now available from Canada Health Infoway. This package may be distributed to Affiliate Licensees and third parties at any time, within the relevant licensing restrictions. The Production release of the SNOMED CT® General Practitioner/Family Practitioner (GP/FP) Reference Sets package is dependent upon and should therefore be consumed in conjunction with the July 2022 SNOMED CT® International Edition. The SNOMED CT® GP/FP Reference Sets package contains SNOMED CT files in Release Format 2 (RF2) only, distributed in a zipped file archive: • SnomedCT_GPFP_PRODUCTION_20221130T120000Z.zip The Release Notes have been separated from the release package, and so can be downloaded as a distinct pdf file: • doc_SnomedCT-GPFP-Production-ReleaseNotes_Current-en-US_INT_20220731.pdf The Release Notes can also be accessed online from InfoCentral: ... Please Contact Us if you are interested in implementing these files or have other questions.

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November 2022 SNOMED CT® Global Patient Set (GPS) RF2 refset package Production 12/01/22

Hello, The Production release of the November 2022 SNOMED CT® Global Patient Set (GPS) RF2 refset package is now available from Canada health Infoway. The SNOMED CT® Global Patient Set (GPS) refset package contains SNOMED CT files in Release F...

SNOMED CT IPS Terminology Package Production Release Available - November 2022 12/01/22

Hello, The first Production release of the November 2022 SNOMED CT® IPS Terminology (IPST) package is now available, from the IPST website: ... The SNOMED CT® IPS Terminology (IPST) package contains SNOMED CT files distributed in a zipped fil...

SNOMED CT Spanish Edition Production Release Available - October 2022 12/01/22

Hello, The Production release of the October 2022 SNOMED CT® Spanish Edition is now available to everyone from Canada Health Infoway. This release contains the Spanish language version of the July 2022 SNOMED CT® International Edition. The S...

SNOMED CT® International Patient Set (IPS) RF2 Refset Pkg Production - July 2022 12/01/22

Hello, The Production release of the July 2022 SNOMED CT® International Patient Set (IPS) RF2 refset package is now available, from Canada Health Infoway. The SNOMED CT® IPS refset package contains SNOMED CT files in Release Format 2 (RF2) for...

SNOMED CT Orphanet Map Package Production Release Available - July 2022 12/01/22

Dear All, The 2022 Production release of the SNOMED CT Orphanet Map package is now Canda Health Infoway. This release is dependent upon, and should therefore be consumed in conjunction with the July 2022 SNOMED CT International Edition. The S...

SNOMED CT Odontogram Refset Package Production Release Now Available - July 2022 12/01/22

Hello, The Production release of the July 2022 SNOMED CT® Odontogram refset package is now available, from the Canada Health Infoway. The SNOMED CT® Odontogram refset package contains SNOMED CT files in Release Format 2 (RF2) only, distributed...

SNOMED CT GP/FP Reference Sets Production Release Available - July 2022 12/01/22

Hello, The Production release of the July 2022 SNOMED CT® General Practitioner/Family Practitioner (GP/FP) Reference Sets package is now available from Canada Health Infoway. This package may be distributed to Affiliate Licensees and third par...

SNOMED CT General Dentistry Diagnostic Refset Pkg Production Release - July 2022 12/01/22

Hello, The Production release of the July 2022 SNOMED CT® General Dentistry Diagnostic refset package is now available, from Canada Health Infoway. The SNOMED CT® General Dentistry Diagnostic refset package contains SNOMED CT files in Release...

ICNP SNOMED CT Nursing Practice Refset Pkg Production Release Available - Jul 22 12/01/22

Hello, The 2022 Production release of the SNOMED CT ICNP Nursing Practice Refset package is now available from Canada Health Infoway. This release is dependent upon and should therefore be consumed in conjunction with the July 2022 SNOMED CT In...

Canadian Common Data Standards for Interoperability - Nov 18, 2022 - FAQs 11/29/22

Hello Health Terminologies Community, A post has been made to the HL7 Canada Community Forum answering questions that came up in response to the Canadian Common Data Standards for Interoperability presentation on Nov 18, 2022, both during and afte...

How do you handle post-coordination with SNOMED CT - do you do any? if not why? 11/24/22

Hi Jon, Agreed, that was my plan, i.e., if we didn't get enough responses and examples here then we can go to SI directly. I'm going to wait a bit more before contacting SI just in case somebody hasn't read this yet. Thanks, -Anibal

How do you handle post-coordination with SNOMED CT - do you do any? if not why? 11/24/22

Hi Anibal, I think you've taken the right approach by asking the Canadian community about the use of postcoordination in Canada on this forum. In terms of contacting SNOMED International, you can pose your question to the general address [email protected]

How do you handle post-coordination with SNOMED CT - do you do any? if not why? 11/23/22

Thanks Jon for your response. To tell you the truth, I posted this on behalf of my team, who actually take care of building the different lists for our different clients/products. I know that they look for synonyms and other ways to represent th...

How do you handle post-coordination with SNOMED CT - do you do any? if not why? 11/23/22

Hi Anibal, Just wanted to point out a couple of things which relate to your query. First off 10963951000119101 |Laceration of left knee| is a concept in the International edition and therefore available in the Canadian edition. I appreciate tha...

How do you handle post-coordination with SNOMED CT - do you do any? if not why? 11/22/22

Hi all, We're working on a project where we notice lots and lots of terms that are not available in SNOMED CT, mostly due to laterality. For instance, we need a term with "Cut of left knee", but there's no such thing. There's "Cut of knee" and...

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