Australian Medicines Terminology - Development Approach for Reference Sets v20140630

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.
This material includes SNOMED Clinical Terms® (SNOMED CT®) which is used by permission of the International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation (IHTSDO®). All rights reserved. SNOMED CT was originally created by The College of American Pathologists. IHTSDO®, SNOMED® and SNOMED CT® are registered trademarks of the IHTSDO.

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NEHTA-1715:2014
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30-06-2014
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NEHTA-1723:2014

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.

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