Australian Medicines Terminology v3 Model - Editorial Rules v1.0

The AMT Editorial Rules (v3 model) specifies the Editorial Rules for AMT v3 and focuses on the naming conventions and rules associated with all description types for concepts in the AMT Model. Changes to this document may occur according to stakeholder and user feedback, AMT model refinement and independent Editorial Rule reviews.

The model has undergone modification in response to feedback from and consultation with software vendors, jurisdictions, clinicians currently working on implementing prescribing and dispensing software, the Pharmaceutical Benefits Division and the TGA.

Identifier: 
NEHTA-0910:2012
Date: 
29-06-2012
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2229e14935994aa1dca706f5d5f5cb38ad51fa58c520df2388a2b0983794c8cd
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application/pdf
Size: 
1.67 MB
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Identifier: 
NEHTA-1716:2014

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