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The 'Clinical Terminology Guidance' documents and 'AMT Development Approach' are now available for download

These documents can be downloaded from the following areas of the NEHTA website.

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Available for Download: 'NCTIS – Adverse Reaction Reference Set Implementation Guide' and 'SNOMED CT-AU Mapping Guidelines'

The NCTIS – Adverse Reaction Reference Set Implementation Guide is now available for download, alongside an updated SNOMED CT-AU Mapping guidelines document. Links to the recently published Clinical Terminology Guidance documents are also available on the SNOMED CT-AU Common page.

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AAPM and NEHTA Webinar 4 Presentation - Becoming an eHealth Champion – Part One. Tips and Tricks – Models that work

The Australian Association of Practice Managers (AAPM) and NEHTA recently started hosting a new series of webinars. Webinar 4 in this series - 'Becoming an eHealth Champion – Part One. Tips and Tricks – Models that work' was held Thursday 4 September 2014. Download the webinar presentation.

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The AMT v20140831 August release is now available for download

The National Clinical Terminology and Information Service (NCTIS) is pleased to announce that the August release of the Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT) in the v3 model format is now available for download from the following location on the NEHTA website:

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CDA Validator v2.0 and Template Packages Available for Download

NEHTA has released the next major version of its CDA Validator tool for the automated validation of clinical documents. This new version helps implementers reduce development and test times by performing a wider range of checks for clinical documents.

Read more: CDA Validator v2.0 and Template Packages Available for Download

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