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The AMT v20150630 June 2015 release is now available for download

The AMT v20150630 June 2015 release is now available for download from the NEHTA website.

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Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT) providing benefits to healthcare providers and users

Recent deployment of Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT) as a component of Electronic Medications Management (eMM) systems at hospitals in Victoria, Tasmania and at Sydney Adventist Hospital has resulted in a number of benefits.

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IHTSDO forming new Advisory Groups

The International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation (IHTSDO) is forming seven new Advisory Groups to conduct specific activities that will contribute to the fulfilment of the Management Team’s responsibilities or the organization’s mandate. The Advisory Groups will be chaired by Management Team members and will be agile in nature, given the changing needs and direction of the organization.

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Queensland GP says eHealth can improve clinical care

Queensland GP and obstetrician Ewen McPhee is a member of NEHTA's Clinical Usability Programme (CUP) and is outspoken about the value of the eHealth record system to his patients.

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AMA Gold Medal awarded to Dr Steve Hambleton

NEHTA Chair and former Australian Medical Association (AMA) President Dr Steve Hambleton has been awarded the AMA Gold Medal, the Association's highest honour, in recognition of his outstanding and tireless service to the medical profession and the community.

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