ICD

(redirected from SNOMED CT)
Also found in: Medical, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to SNOMED CT: UMLS, LOINC
Translations
ICD

ICD

abbr implantable cardioverter-defibrillator. V. defibrillator.
English-Spanish/Spanish-English Medical Dictionary Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
CEO Don Sweete offers, "The impetus driving the GPS is to introduce a facet of SNOMED CT's global terminology where it can be put to good use, whether that's supporting cross border interoperability or enhancing digital maturity." SNOMED International has elaborated on these use cases, or scenarios, and has made them openly available.
SNOMED CT coding.--SNOMED CT has been in effect for several decades and provides a detailed classification of AP diagnoses.
The American Nurses Association (ANA) published a white paper that calls for, among other standards, including key nursing data in CCDs and coding those data to LOINC and SNOMED CT. Similarly, the CNO-CNIO Roundtable convened by HIMSS calls for making nursing data interoperable at the semantic level by coding to LOINC and SNOMED CT.
A variety of taxonomy-based methodologies have been developed for and utilized in SNOMED CT, the NCIt, and the GO.
According to the International Health Terminology Standards Development Organization (2016), SNOMED CT:
ICNP or SNOMED CT codes) are stored in tables built into the technology behind the scenes and referenced as needed when data are extracted for analysis or exchanged among health-care facilities.
An applied evaluation of SNOMED CT as a clinical vocabulary for the computerized diagnosis and problem list.
Under his leadership NEHTA has delivered SNOMED CT, an internationally recognised database of clinical terminology, AMT (Australian Medicines Terminology) and most recently the Healthcare Identifiers Bill which are key foundations to enable e-health nationally.
The topics exploring the theme "Partnerships for effective ehealth solutions" were wide and varied--biomedical data mining, electronic health records development, clinical discussion support, translation of the health terminology SNOMED CT, and the use of emerging technologies to deliver health care were just a few.
It combines industry experience with professional and academic expertise to create a practical implementation of informatics principles and industry-standard vocabularies, such as ICD-9, ICD-10, ICD-10 General Equivalence Mappings (GEMs), SNOMED CT and more.
Selected contributions to the Semantic Mining Conference on SNOMED CT (SMCS 2006).