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The AMT v20150831 August 2015 release is now available for download

The AMT v20150831 August 2015 release is now available for download from the NEHTA website.

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SNOMED CT Foundation E-Learning Course: Call for Applications

The International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation (IHTSDO) is calling for applications for their SNOMED CT Foundation course.

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NEHTA Implementation Resources: eMedications Management Functional Framework v1.1 - August 2015 Release

NEHTA is pleased to announce that the eMedications Management Functional Framework v1.1 is now available for download from the following location on the NEHTA website:

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Common - Clinical Document v1.3.1 August 2015 Release now available

NEHTA is pleased to announce the publication of Common - Clinical Document v1.3.1. This release was published on the NEHTA website 13 August 2015.

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NEHTA Dose Based Prescribing Reference Sets open for review

As part of ongoing product development NEHTA conducted a market survey to identify potential areas of improvement to the Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT). The survey results were used to prioritise areas for development.  One priority area identified was dose based prescribing (acute care).

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