Semantic interoperability is the ability to share data between information systems while preserving their meaning, and while allowing the use and integration of information generated in other systems.
To achieve it, it is necessary to carry out intensive standardisation work, using terminology and controlled vocabularies that help represent the meaning of clinical information.
In the space on terminology it is possible to find all the resources relating to semantic interoperability published by the Office of Standards and Interoperability of the TicSalut Foundation.
- Clinical Dictionary for iSalut
Information concerning Clinical Dictionary for iSalut.
Manuals, guides and documentation relating to the terminology.
- Census of controlled vocabularies
Forms on several controlled vocabularies.
The IHTSDO approves of failing to sustain the mapping between ICD-9-CM and SNOMED CT and RF1 format.