NCTIS - Adverse Reactions Reference Set Implementation Guide v1.0

All SNOMED CT-AU and AMT resources, including implementation collateral, are now available to download from the document library on the National Clinical Terminology Service website.
This toolkit provides a short introduction or ‘quick start’ reference for developers wishing to work with SNOMED CT-AU Reference Sets (Refsets). It includes sample applications built on Oracle’s Java platform and built on the Microsoft .NET Framework that demonstrate importing and using reference sets.
This document provides a summary of how the Adverse Reactions Reference Set group (the ARRS) and components were developed, as well as more general information about reference set development. There are comprehensive descriptions of the terminology content that the ARRS contains, intended implementation and usage options, and potential considerations for enhancement and expansion.

Identifier: 
NEHTA-1791:2014
Date: 
28-08-2014
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