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SNOMED

(snō'med),

SNOMED

Systemized Nomenclature of Medicine & Veterinary Health informatics A computerized electronic vocabulary system for medical databases, which may become the standard vocabulary for speech recognition systems and computer-based Pt records; it is the vocabulary of choice for reporting terminology. Cf HL7, LOINC, Read classification system, Read codes.

Systematized Nomenclature of Medicine

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SNOMED

A systematized collection of medically useful terms published by the American College of Pathologists. The words in the collection are arranged in various fields to permit coding, computerization, sorting, and retrieval of large amounts of information from medical records.

SNOMED

Standard Nomenclature of Medical Diseases and Operations.
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In the ED data, traffic-related road trauma using SNOMED CT was identified from the 2,010 available road transport-related SNOMED CT concept IDs provided to the investigators by the National E-Health Transition Authority (NEHTA).
In comparison, the SNOMED codes required by Stage 2 meaningful use for documenting problem lists, family history, drug/allergy reactions, smoking status and hospital procedures include more of the clinical detail necessary for appropriate care, but omit irrelevant billing information.
As well as functional enhancements, the new release also incorporates the NHS UK extensions to the SNOMED dataset, bringing it in line with its sister product www.
The successful creation of an international SNOMED SDO will assure the clinical and technical integrity of the SNOMED CT global comprehensive clinical terminology.
Decreases clinician time spent converting codes while enhancing use of SNOMED CT-encoded problems; and
If you like the new Snoflake then stay tuned, as we forecast more SNOMED features ahead.
Below are two examples showing how SNOMED CT and ICD-10-AM/ACHI represent the same 'thing' differently.
The SNOMED CT mappings of these leading nursing classifications will broaden nurses' access to the terminologies necessary to consistently and uniformly document nursing diagnoses, treatment and outcomes within electronic health records (EHRs).
Store problem list data using SNOMED CT codes in order to prepare for potential Meaningful Use Stage 2 requirements; and
Subsets, which reduce the SNOMED dataset to specific clinical subsets
While it is not necessary for a new Terminology Analyst to have experience or a solid understanding of SNOMED CT it is helpful for them to have some knowledge of nosology principles, and the coding systems that are used in clinical practice in Australia.