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If you intend or your organization intends to create a new definition of a structured message, it is important to follow the right guidelines. Read more about the new message guidelines.
The Terminology Center within the FPS health, food chain safety and environment plays a vital role in the management, creation and distribution of terminologies concerning health. The center is also specifically active in the management and distribution of SNOMED-CT within Belgium. SNOMED-CT is the principal national reference terminology.
As such, they are your first point of contact concerning any semantic question: Terminology Center.
KMEHR was introduced in 2002. It is an implementation of the fourth recommendation of the Belgian Healthcare Telematics Commission, enabling the exchange of structured clinical information.
KMEHR is mainly composed of the following elements:
Those core elements have been complemented by a set of web services implemented in concrete initiatives for the standardized exchange of data between systems.
The Migration Formats describe specific uses of the KMEHR core elements.
The organization of the site follows the core concepts of the norm.
We strongly recommend that you begin your reading with the overview and basic sections before tackling the more specialized sections.
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