Australian Medicines Terminology - Release Note v2.48

AMT v2.48 is the latest version of Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT).

  • The 27 September 2013 release of AMT contains all the Australian marketed products that are included on the Schedule of Pharmaceutical Benefits including the Repatriation Pharmaceutical Benefits Schedule (RPBS).
  • This release includes products that become available as PBS products on 1 October 2013.
  • 72 new products have been added since the last release bringing the total number of products to 16560.

AMT v2.48 builds upon the work of the previous AMT versions which had multiple interim releases and extensive external consultation.
 

Identifier: 
NEHTA-1401:2013
Date: 
27-09-2013
SHA256 Checksum: 
2693664e70803ef264c0130ee2287fa8fda25ac08d4cde553e45ff65ceb75ac8
Type: 
application/pdf
Size: 
438.63 KB
Release history
Product component
Identifier: 
NEHTA-1515:2013

This release note describes the current release of Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT) v2.49. The files provided within this release are listed and briefly described.

Product component
Identifier: 
NEHTA-1383:2013

This release note describes the current release of Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT) v2.47. The files provided within this release are listed and briefly described. 

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