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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! Send your suggestions to standards@infoway-inforoute.ca.

CO-LEADERS

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

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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.).
Dana Riley a répondu au cours d'une discussion dans le groupe Health Terminologies
CIHI has published proposed standards for race-based and Indigenous identity data (see here: https://www.cihi.ca/en/proposed-standards-for-race-based-and-indigenous-identity-data). We have not published any standards for ethnicity (i.e. ethnic group or ethnic origin) nor ethnicity-related concepts (e.g., language, immigrant status, religion); however, we do provide a conceptual definition of ethnicity and the rationale for using ethnicity-related data in the document. The race-based standards are to measure and monitor inequalities that may stem from racism, discrimination and bias. Based on external consultations and our review, we do not support the use of “race” or ethnicity as proxy measures for genetics. Race-based data should be used to help identify inequalities stemming from racism, and ethnicity-related concepts (e.g., religion, immigration status, language, etc.) can be used to identify inequalities stemming from specific cultural factors, to inform service planning/tailoring care, and to help understand patient diversity. To this end, using Jewish (religion) may be appropriate for identifying potential inequalities rooted in bias or discrimination (although race-based data may be more practical), as well as the potential need to accommodate for certain religious practices in the provision of care. The intended use of the data should guide the identification of appropriate variables. If you are interested in understanding racism, consider using the proposed race-based data standards; if you’re interested in language barriers, use an appropriate language variable; if you’re interested in identifying religious/spiritual groups using health care services, consider using a measure of religious affiliation, for example. Using conflated measures of ethnicity is generally problematic because it becomes unclear if people are reporting their ancestry, religion, language, nationality, etc., there are often different levels of granularity provided, and it becomes increasingly difficult to make fair comparisons. If you want to understand granularity within groups, consider intersectional analysis using different concepts (e.g., race, religion, language, etc.). To address the original question, our recommendation would depend on the intended use of the data. We recognize the nuances between “Jewish” as an ethnic group versus Judaism as a religion, especially knowing that many who do not practice may still identify as Jewish. Generally, however, data of that level of granularity is difficult to action in the health system. If the purpose is to measure patient diversity, it may make sense to request a code for Jewish ethnicity. While you could do the same for identifying populations at risk for certain conditions, we do not recommend the use of ethnicity data for this purpose. If the purpose is to tailor care, it may suffice to use the Jewish religion code.
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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.).
Anil Patel a lancé une nouvelle discussion dans le groupe Health Terminologies
Hi, Please join me for the final meeting with Jessica Bota from Apelon, who will show you some tips and tricks when using TermManager and Termworks. If you have questions, this is the final time to ask them. You are invited to a Zoom meeting. When: Jan 20, 2021, 11:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Register in advance for this meeting: https://infoway-inforoute.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwtd-6uqzMoH9cBsnvdpp74otfCwVRto4_q After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Anil
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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.).
Anil Patel a créé un événement dans le groupe Health Terminologies
Apelon Termworks and TermManager Tips and Tricks
Mercredi, Janvier 20, 2021 11:00am - 12:00pm
Apelon will be showing some tips and tricks for the final ApelonTools demonstration. Please submit questions if you for this final webinar.
Alana Lane a lancé une nouvelle discussion dans le groupe Health Terminologies
Please join us on Tuesday, January 19 at 11 am ET for our regular monthly HTC meeting. We are pleased to have CIHI on the agenda to provide an update on ICD-11 and a demo of the ICD-11 browser. We will also provide other updates related to the HTC community. We welcome you to join the meeting to share your thoughts and invite you to ask questions. Please note, this meeting does require registration that can be found at the link below: https://infoway-inforoute.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcodeuhqT0jG9w25A6mAzWyM6IVqwNDgEG4 After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. We look forward to seeing you there. Alana and Anil

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Événements à venir :
Mar Jan 19 @11:00AM - 12:00PM
Health Terminologies Community Meeting
Mer Jan 20 @11:00AM - 12:00PM
Apelon Termworks and TermManager Tips and Tricks
Lun Fév 01 @12:00AM
SNOMED CT International Edition Release

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Looking for a SNOMED-CT code for Jewish ethnicity 01/15/21
CIHI has published proposed standards for race-based and Indigenous identity data (see here: https://www.cihi.ca/en/proposed-standards-for-race-based-and-indigenous-identity-data). We have not published any standards for ethnicity (i.e. ethnic group...
Apelon TermManager/Termwork Tips and Tricks 01/14/21
Hi, Please join me for the final meeting with Jessica Bota from Apelon, who will show you some tips and tricks when using TermManager and Termworks. If you have questions, this is the final time to ask them. You are invited to a Zoom meeting....
Health Terminology Community Meeting - January 19th - Agenda 01/12/21
Please join us on Tuesday, January 19 at 11 am ET for our regular monthly HTC meeting. We are pleased to have CIHI on the agenda to provide an update on ICD-11 and a demo of the ICD-11 browser. We will also provide other updates related to the...
SNOMED CT Research Webinar January 20, 2021 at 10 am ET / 7 am PT 01/12/21
Join us on Wednesday, January, 20, 2021 at 15:00 UTC for the first SNOMED CT Research Webinar of 2021, featuring Dr. Renate Schmidt, Warren Del-Pinto, and Dr. Yongsheng Gao who will be presenting, Just the Right Amount - SNOMED CT Content Extraction...
Looking for a SNOMED-CT code for Jewish ethnicity 01/08/21
Because this is a very sensitive area, SNOMED International is no longer adding ethnicity and racial concepts in the international terminology. It is left to each country to determine what content they accept in their Edition and to ensure the conten...
Looking for a SNOMED-CT code for Jewish ethnicity 01/07/21
I suggest, author a local code (with registered namespace ID) and submit it to NRC (Canada Health Infoway) to be included in the next SNOMED CT Canadian release edition. Please let me know if you need further information. Regards, Harsh Sharma
Looking for a SNOMED-CT code for Jewish ethnicity 01/07/21
This is indeed very complicated question. Technically, there is no overarching Jewish ethnicity as Jewish people consist of multiple distinct ethnicities: Ashkenazim (European Jews), Sephardim (Spanish/Iberian Jews), Ethiopian Jews, Karaite Jews, man...
Looking for a SNOMED-CT code for Jewish ethnicity 01/06/21
Not to discourage anyone from using SNOMED, but I would not recommend using the terminology for recording race/ethnicity in an EHR. One of the main issues here is jurisdictional variation so it's difficult for SI to maintain universally accepted cont...
Looking for a SNOMED-CT code for Jewish ethnicity 01/06/21
Great question! So complex. There is no clear answer. CIHI is leading the work on ethnicity, so I'll ask that Alana weighs in as well. The dominant perspective in the terminology seems be that Judaism is a religion, rather than an ethnicity. Like, is...
Looking for a SNOMED-CT code for Jewish ethnicity 01/06/21
As per the subject line, I am looking for an ethnicity code. There isn't one. I see there is one for Black Jews and Oriental Jews. However, there isn't one for the Jewish ethnicity overall. I do not want to use the Jewish (follower of religion) or Je...
Last call! 2020 Expo platform closes on January 8! 01/06/21
The SNOMED CT virtual Expo platform is closing soon but you still have a few more days to catch up on any sessions you missed. To access the sessions, visit the conference page and log in. If you have not yet registered, you will need to do so before...
Genomics and Precision Medicine CRG meeting - 13th, January 2021 at 20:00 UTC 01/04/21
Dear all, We are hosting a meeting of the Genomics and Precision Medicine CRG Meeting on the January 13, 2021 at 20:00 UTC. 2021-01-13 - Genomics and Precision Medicine CRG Meeting The focus of the meeting will be to start the discussion on how SN...
SNOMED International : Consultation for conditions caused by substance or product 12/17/20
The modeling for conditions caused by substance or product has been discussed at the joint Modeling and Editorial AG meetings. Clinical conditions, e.g. allergy, adverse reaction, poisoning, contact dermatitis, have been modeled by substances in SNOM...
Apelon TermManager Demo Video 12/16/20
Hi, If you missed the demonstration of the Apelons TermManager given by Jessica Bota on Wednesday 16th December. https://youtu.be/gJV7511VNXY If you need further information please visit the ... page on Infocentral. Anil
LOINC 2.69 release is now available! 12/16/20
Seasons Greetings, Just in time for the holidays, ... release is now available. Brief summary of the latest LOINC release: A total of 1,295 new terms have been added, this includes 709 laboratory, 268 clinical and 218 survey terms A...

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