Australian Medicines Terminology - Data v2.54

This is the v2.54 release of the Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT). This release contains:

  • Additional products listed on the Schedule of Pharmaceutical Benefits for 1 April 2014.
  • The zip file contains the following data files and documents:

  • Concepts
  • Descriptions
  • Relationships
  • History Mapping
  • 8 reference sets
  • SNOMED CT Release Format 2.0 Reference Set Specifications
  • Reference Set Development Approach_AMT_v2.54
  • Identifier: 
    NEHTA-1660:2014
    Date: 
    28-03-2014
    SHA256 Checksum: 
    ae90558054d8bdda8d455e2f4baeb62755f18baba0b73c985beaf5a106b12554
    Type: 
    application/zip
    Size: 
    60.91 MB
    Release history
    Product component
    Identifier: 
    NEHTA-1680:2014

    This is the v2.55 release of the Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT). This release contains:

    • Additional products listed on the Schedule of Pharmaceutical Benefits for 1 May 2014.

    The zip file contains the following data files and documents:

    Product component
    Identifier: 
    NEHTA-1586:2014

    This is the v2.53 release of the Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT). This release contains:

    • Additional products listed on the Schedule of Pharmaceutical Benefits for 1 March 2014.

    The zip file contains the following data files and documents:

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