The IHTSDO approves of failing to sustain the mapping between ICD-9-CM and SNOMED CT and RF1 format.
IHTSDO has upgraded the "SNOMED CT in Action" site which includes different experiences on the adoption and use of SNOMED CT.
The call for applications for the online IHTSDO course "SNOMED CT Foundation Course" has been published
The call for applications for the online IHTSDO course "SNOMED CT Foundation Course" has been published.
IHTSDO has announed the withdrawal of legacy SNOMED CT antecedent codes, such as SNOP, SNOMED, SNOMED II, SNOMED International (3.x), and SNOMED RT.
Barcelona hosts the second meeting of m-RESIST: new ways of care focused on patients with treatment-resistant schizophrenia
Coordinated by the Fundació TicSalut, with the clinical leadership of the Hospital de Sant Pau and technological leadership of the Belgian organisation iMinds, the aim of the second meeting will be to close the current stage of identifying users’ needs, in order to start up a new stage of designing the new mobile health system for patients with treatment-resistant schizophrenia and their later development and integration.
m-RESIST aims to develop a therapeutic programme that, with the support of mobile devices, actively involves patients with treatment-resistant schizophrenia and their carers, so that they are capable of self-managing their illness better.
IHTSDO has published an evaluation version of subsets, and map to International Classification of Primary Care.
IHTSDO has published an evaluation version of its SNOMED CT General and Family Practice (GP/FP) subsets, and map to International Classification of Primary Care, version 2 (ICPC-2).
The UNWIRED Health consortium would like to invite all interested parties from all Europe active in the sectors of healthcare, mobile applications and eHealth services to join one or more of our Market Consultation Days.
The IHTSDO (International Health Terminology Standards Development Organization) is an international not-for-profit organization based in Denmark. IHTSDO owns and administers the rights to SNOMED CT and related terminology standards. They have published the Newsletter of November 2014.
On 3 February the regional government of Catalonia approved the first mHealth strategy to be promoted in all Europe. The initiative came about with a view to expediting the transformation of the health system and social services, and improving public health and social welfare, while bolstering the system's sustainability and making it more accessible. The TicSalut Foundation, working with Mobile World Capital Barcelona, will coordinate the project.