Australian Medicines Terminology v3 Model v20140630

The Australian Medicines Terminology v20140630 is the first production release of the AMT in the v3 model structure and SNOMED CT  Release Format 2 specification (RF2).

The AMT v20140630 data files have been created using the May 2014 release - AMT v2.56 as baseline data for the transformation to v3 model. No additional products have been included.

This release of AMT includes products that became available on the Schedule of Pharmaceutical Benefits including the Repatriation Pharmaceutical Benefits Schedule (RPBS) on 1 June 2014. Products that were listed on the PBS following this date will be included in the next AMT release.

End products superseded by

A new version has been released for this end product

Please refer to Australian Medicines Terminology v3 Model v20140731 or refer to the Release History for all releases of this End Product.

Identifier: 
EP-1718:2014
Date: 
30-06-2014
Type: 
application/zip
SHA256 Checksum: 
527ea68ef4d8d77b35ed7b3360627cd1d01fbeadc18ebbf1053aac018cbcc459
Size: 
26.99 MB

Product Components

Product component
Identifier: 
NEHTA-1713:2014

The Australian Medicines Terminology v3 Model v20140630 (AMT v20140630) is the first production release of the AMT in the v3 model structure and SNOMED CT  Release Format 2 specification (RF2).

Product component
Identifier: 
NEHTA-1714:2014

This is the v3 Model v20140630 release of the Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT).

The zip file contains the following data files and documents:

Product component
Identifier: 
NEHTA-1715:2014

This document describes the development approach used by the NCTIS in creating reference sets for use by the AMT community of practice.
The reference sets have been developed by the National Clinical Terminology and Information Service (NCTIS) within the Agency.

Release history

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