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A conference to establish standards for clinical vocabularies in primary care, was held at the Doubletree Hotel Canal Street New Orleans. Everyone interested in learning more about standards in primary care informatics, or in participating in the development of standards was welcome and encouraged to attend. This meeting grew out of informal discussions among leaders of AMIA,s Family Practice/Primary Care Working Group, the Primary Health Care Specialist Group of the British Computer Society, and Working Group V of IMIA (the GP Working Group).
To start a debate on the use of GP data for purposes other than the original purpose for which it was collected.
This paper describes some of the limitations of the POMR and discusses a number of areas into which it could be extended. Critical to the future success of the EHR is the transferability of a clinical record between clinical systems without compromising the integrity and indeed admissibility of the record in a court of law. The record transferred must also not compromise the integrity of the existing records on the accepting system. Hence this paper attempts to define and clarify a set of structures which could be used in an EHR. One extension will be explored in depth - the timeline - as an example of how the other structures can be pulled together into a more clinically useful whole.
This paper was produced in July 1995 for the GP Working Group of the National Health Service Centre for Coding and Classification (NHS-CCC)
- Artsennet is the site of the Royal Dutch Medical Association
This site includes discussion list, news, calendar of events, documents about medical classification standards (International Classification of Diseases - ICD, International Classification of Primary Care - ICPC, Systematized Nomenclature of Human and Veterinary Medicine - SNOMED, ...) for medical professionals and much more.
Artsennet is a medical professional interactive network of and for Dutch doctors.
Links to various classifications and coding systems
The official website, offering information via Powerpoint presentations and text of slides. SNOMED is a comprehensive, multiaxial nomenclature classification work created for the indexing of the entire medical record, including signs and symptoms, diagnoses, and procedures. Its unique design will allow full integration of all medical information in the electronic medical record into a single data structure.
http://www.hisavic.aus.net/hisa/mag/jul93/the.htm - These are extracts from the paper presented to the first Annual Meeting of the New South Wales Health Informatics Association by Professor R.M. Douglas, Director of the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health at the Australian National University, Canberra, and published in the first issue of Informatics in Health Care, Australia.
The Tenth Revision of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems is the latest in a series that was formalized in 1893 as the Bertillon Classification or International List of Causes of Death. A complete review of the historical background to the classification is given in Volume 2.
While the title has been amended to make clearer the content and purpose and to reflect the progressive extension of the scope of the classification beyond diseases and injuries, the familiar abbreviation "ICD" has been retained.
In the updated classification, conditions have been grouped in a way that was felt to be most suitable for general epidemiological purposes and the evaluation of health care.
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