Australian Medicines Terminology - Data v20151031

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.
From November 2015, the AMT is available for download from the Clinical Terminology end product. It is now included as a formal subset of the SNOMED CT-AU release file in preparation for future integration work. Earlier versions of AMT are still available for download.

Identifier: 
NEHTA-2166:2015
Date: 
31-10-2015
SHA256 Checksum: 
520c79d42e6b6d7995ee67aafca8591cc8978a8fc177aa738ab13b323adbe567
Type: 
application/zip
Size: 
29.89 MB
Release history
Product component
Identifier: 
NEHTA-2164:2015

This is the v3 Model v20150930 release of the Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT).

The zip file contains the following data files and documents:

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