National Resource Centre for EHR Standards (NRCeS), a program by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) at C-DAC Pune released India COVID-19 Extension for SNOMED CT to support the ongoing effort to tackle the Coronavirus outbreak in India.
The Extension along with Clinical Terminology can be used in healthcare applications/systems to record, retrieve, exchange, analyze, and report essential clinical information regarding COVID-19 in standardized manner.
NRCeS has released C-DAC's Toolkit for SNOMED CT (CSNOtk) v6.0 and is now available for download. New features added in this release are following:
Improved support for National Extension for multiple module concepts
Introducing simple map API to provide mapping to other code systems
Updated support for Hindi Language dialect
Bug fixes and improvements
NRCeS has released CDCI & Drug Information Service Bundle (DISB) and is now available for download.
- CDCI (Terminology Integrated Package)
- CDCI (Flat Files Package)
Drug Information Service Bundle (DISB)
FHIR Implementation Guide for NDHM provides essential and minimum health record artifacts that can be captured and exchanged as per NDHM Health Data Interchange Specifications 1.0. The implementation Guide is based on FHIR Version R4 and defines the minimum conformance requirements for accessing health data to achieve continuity of care in the Indian context.READ MORE
National Resource Centre for EHR Standards (NRCeS), a program by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) at C-DAC Pune released India Geographical Location Extension for SNOMED CT on August 11, 2020. This Extension is to facilitate standardized coding of regions of India including states/UTs, districts, and sub-districts.READ MORE
National Resource Centre for EHR Standards (NRCeS), a program by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) at C-DAC Pune released India Patient Instructions Language Extension for SNOMED CT on August 11, 2020. This extension provides Patient Instructions Language as Hindi synonyms and covers frequency of dose, route of administration, and instructions that are generally given in the Prescriptions.READ MORE
The Production release of the July 2020 General Practitioner/Family Practitioner (GP/FP) SNOMED CT Reference Sets is now available, from the MLDS distribution site.READ MORE
The Production release of the July 2020 SNOMED CT Odontogram refset package is now available, from the MLDS distribution site.READ MORE
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) has released Telemedicine Practice Guidelines on March 25, 2020.READ MORE
SNOMED International has released March 2020 SNOMED CT Interim International Edition release as part of the ongoing global effort to tackle the Coronavirus outbreak. The release includes the updated descriptions in relation to Coronavirus.READ MORE
World Health Organization (WHO) has announced assignment of an emergency ICD-10 code of U07.1 to the disease diagnosis of COVID-19.READ MORE
SNOMED International has just announced the call for Advisory Group Nominations. As part of this process, the E-Learning Advisory Group is seeking applications for one Expert Advisor position. Please note applications close on Friday 14th June 2019.READ MORE
The Production release of the January 2019 General Practitioner/Family Practitioner (GP/FP) SNOMED CT Reference Sets and SNOMED CT to ICPC-2 Map package is now available, from the MLDS distribution site.READ MORE
This release of India Reference Sets for SNOMED CT includes 30 Simple Refsets covering common diseases under National Public Health Programs and Medical Specialty / Department-wise refsets. Administrative procedures are not included in the refsets. This package depends on the SNOMED CT July 2017 International Edition, and should be used and analyzed accordingly.READ MORE
NRCeS has released India Drug Extension for SNOMED CT which includes about 1000 medicines/ clinical drugs concepts for tablets and capsules with oral dose form. This is a BETA release and contains a limited set of Drug concepts to allow affiliates and vendors to become familiar with the format of forthcoming national drug extension.READ MORE
As of January 01, 2017, IHTSDO has adopted the trading name of SNOMED International.READ MORE