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A summary is posted here of the principles which form the basis upon which TermInfo is built.
A summary is posted here of the principles which form the basis upon which TermInfo is built.
====[[TermInfo 1.5 DSTU - Update Project|TermInfo 1.5 DSTU - Update Project (archive)]]====
== TermInfo 1.5 DSTU - Update Project ==
== TermInfo 1.5 DSTU - Update Project ==

Revision as of 13:32, 7 January 2015

TermInfo – Meeting Information

Leader: Rob Hausam, MD

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TermInfo – Meeting Agendas and Minutes



Link to TermInfo Project minutes on

TermInfo – Implementation Guide for Using SNOMED CT and LOINC Terminologies in HL7 Information Models

The new and expanded project officially began at the January 2012 WGM in San Antonio. The intent is to develop material for DSTU followed by normative ballot to address issues of overlap between the terminology and information models.

Download Terminfo Project Scope Statement

The links below are to the content from the previous DSTU standard (expired May 2009), which will serve as the starting point for our new work:

Hot Topics

FHIR TermInfo-related Issues

Use Cases

Each use case needs to be given a meaningful name, then linked out to a page for that use case.


Presentations given to explain TermInfo will be posted here.


A summary is posted here of the principles which form the basis upon which TermInfo is built.

TermInfo 1.5 DSTU - Update Project (archive)

TermInfo 1.5 DSTU - Update Project

This section of the wiki contains the content of the TermInfo, Release 1.5, broken into individual word documents. There is one document per chapter of the TOC. These files will be used to facilitate updating of the material from version 1.5 of the TermInfo Implementation Guide (Initially named Using SNOMED CT in HL7 Version 3; Implementation Guide, Release 1.5) . Updates will be based on ballot comment reconciliations from the 2009 Ballot and other currently relevant improvements.

We are using a Google Docs spreadsheet for tracking the DSTU updates as they are being made to apply the ballot comment resolutions.

This is the consolidated TermInfo DSTU draft document (combined from all of the individual sections below) that we are preparing for the January 2014 ballot:
File:V3 IG SNOMED R1 D5 2014JAN.docx


File:Terminfo Audience section-draft-prior to scoping.docx

=== 1 Introduction and Scope (10 pages) === (assigned: Riki Merrick, review: Frank McKinney)
1.1 Purpose of the guide
1.2 Overview
1.3 Future Work
1.4 Scope
1.5 How to read this document
1.6 Documentation conventions
1.7 Background
1.8 Requirements and Criteria
1.9 Asserting Conformance to this Implementation Guide

Chapter Drafts
Updated 20131028 File:1 Introduction and Scope.docx

=== 2 Guidance on Overlaps between RIM and SNOMED CT Semantics (41 pages) === (assigned: Rob Hausam, review: Frank McKinney)
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Attributes
(2.2.2 Daniel Karlsson) 2.3 ActRelationships
2.4 Participations
2.5 Context Conduction

Chapter Drafts
Updated 20130910 File:2 Guidance on Overlap between RIM and SNOMED CT Semantics.docx

=== 3 Common Patterns (16 pages) === (assigned: Charlie McCay, review: Frank McKinney)
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Allergies and Adverse Reactions
3.3 Assessment Scale Results
3.4 Observation, Condition, Diagnosis, Concern
3.5 Family History
3.6 Medications and Immunizations

Chapter Drafts
Updated 20130910 File:3 Common Patterns.docx

=== 4 Normal Forms (3 pages)=== (assigned: David Markwell)
4.1 SNOMED CT Normal Forms
4.2 Transformations to Normal Forms

Chapter Drafts
Updated 20130910 File:4 Normal Forms.docx

=== 5 SNOMED CT vocabulary domain constraints (9 pages)=== (assigned: Riki Merrick)
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Approach to Value Set Constraint Specifications
5.3 Constraint Specifications

Chapter Drafts
Updated 20130910 File:5 SNOMED CT vocabulary domain constraints.docx

=== 6 Glossary (36 Pages)=== (assigned:Lisa Nelson)

Chapter Drafts
Updated 20130910 File:Glossary.docx
Updated 20131121 File:January DSTU Glossaries Project 20131121.xlsx

=== Appendix A. General Options for Dealing with Potential Overlaps (5 pages)=== (assigned: Rob Hausam )

Chapter Drafts
Updated 20130910 File:Appendix A.docx

=== Appendix B. References (36 pages)=== (assigned: Charlie McCay)

Chapter Drafts
Updated 20130910 File:Appendix B.docx

=== Appendix C. Revision changes (2 pages)=== (assigned: Each author to track )

Chapter Drafts
Updated 20130910 File:Appendix C.docx

=== Appendix D. SNOMED CT Open Issues (2 pages) === (assigned: David Markwell)

Chapter Drafts
Updated 20130910 File:Appendix D.docx

=== Appendix E. Detailed aspects of issues with a vocabulary specification formalism (13 pages) === (assigned: NEED AUTHOR!!!!)

Chapter Drafts
Updated 20130910 File:Appendix E.docx

=== Pre-Publication Punchlist:
Make sure we replaced "vocabulary domain" with "concept domain" - does this apply to entries in the glossary, too????
Fix the styles and headings for text - done EXCEPT lower heading in Appendices = Need to learn how to add a style!
grammar check