- Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT) drug extension (116 000 concepts), including machine-readable strengths and pack sizes.
- 2,500 SNOMED CT extension concepts based on gaps identified by users and their requirements.
Australia specific language preference
Introduction of additional synonyms for consistency in search behaviour and user experience.
Over 90 RF2 refsets of varying specificity.
Detailed directory or Simple listing of published RF2 reference sets:
- Surgical procedures
- Pathology Requesting
- Emergency Medicine
- Medications management
Additional FHIR value sets also published.
A range of prerecorded presentations, documents and specifications targeting clinical users and software developers. Available at healthterminologies.gov.au/learn
On-site and specific training provided as required.
- FHIR terminology service (NCTS)
- FHIR terminology server (Ontoserver)
- National Syndication Server (NSS) - RF2 and Ontoserver
- Online browser (Shrimp)
- Mapping tool (Snapper)
- In-house developed authoring tool "Lingo"
- In-house developed CI connected automated quality assurance for SNOMED CT, SNOMED CT-AU and AMT
- In-house developed FHIR terminology resource authoring/CI/QA pipeline
|Active participation in various advisory and project groups.|
The National Clinical Terminology Service is a division of the Australian Digital Health Agency.
Member Forum representatives:
|National Clinical Terminology Service|