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Beta testing files

Important!

These files are provided for testing purposes only, to support implementers migrate to the new release files containing the AMT v4 model content.

Click here to access the production SNOMED CT-AU releases.

Download the parallel SNOMED CT-AU monthly release to test in your environment. Only the latest beta-testing release is available, corresponding to the latest production release i.e. SNOMED-CT AU AMT Experiment 30 Sep 2023 is transformed from the production SNOMED-CT AU 30 Sep 2023 release.

The files include:

  • SNOMED CT-AU release in the native RF2 distribution format
  • AMT v4 in a Comma Separated Values (CSV) format, containing columns for SNOMED CT identifiers and the preferred terms of all 7 notable concept classes in AMT, and rows for every active product in AMT.
  • Supporting documentation and implementation guidance

The files are also available from the NCTS in a separate syndication feed: https://api.healthterminologies.gov.au/syndication/v1/au/csiro/amtv4/syndication.xml.

This material includes SNOMED Clinical Terms™ (SNOMED CT®) which is used by permission of the International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation (IHTSDO). All rights reserved. SNOMED CT®, was originally created by The College of American Pathologists. “SNOMED” and “SNOMED CT” are registered trademarks of the IHTSDO.

SNOMED CT-AU, beta-testing

/syndication/v1/au/csiro/amtv4/CSIRO_AUEdition_PRODUCTION_32506021000036107-amtv4.version-latestT100001Z-ALL.zip?_filename=CSIRO_AUEdition_PRODUCTION_32506021000036107-amtv4.version-latestT100001Z-ALL-restricted.zipSNOMED CT-AU – AMT V4 Beta – Latest (RF2 ALL)SNOMED CT-AU is the Australian extension to the Systematized Nomenclature of Medicine, Clinical Terms (SNOMED CT), incorporating all Australian-developed terminology including the Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT) along with the core international data. SNOMED CT-AU provides local variations and customisations of terms relevant to the Australian healthcare sector for implementation in Australian clinical IT systems.
/syndication/v1/au/csiro/amtv4/CSIRO_AUEdition_PRODUCTION_32506021000036107-amtv4.version-latestT100001Z-FULL.zip?_filename=CSIRO_AUEdition_PRODUCTION_32506021000036107-amtv4.version-latestT100001Z-FULL-restricted.zipSNOMED CT-AU – AMT V4 Beta – Latest (RF2 FULL)SNOMED CT-AU is the Australian extension to the Systematized Nomenclature of Medicine, Clinical Terms (SNOMED CT), incorporating all Australian-developed terminology including the Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT) along with the core international data. SNOMED CT-AU provides local variations and customisations of terms relevant to the Australian healthcare sector for implementation in Australian clinical IT systems.
/syndication/v1/au/csiro/amtv4/CSIRO_AUEdition_PRODUCTION_32506021000036107-amtv4.version-latestT100001Z-SNAPSHOT.zip?_filename=CSIRO_AUEdition_PRODUCTION_32506021000036107-amtv4.version-latestT100001Z-SNAPSHOT-restricted.zipSNOMED CT-AU – AMT V4 Beta – Latest (RF2 SNAPSHOT)SNOMED CT-AU is the Australian extension to the Systematized Nomenclature of Medicine, Clinical Terms (SNOMED CT), incorporating all Australian-developed terminology including the Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT) along with the core international data. SNOMED CT-AU provides local variations and customisations of terms relevant to the Australian healthcare sector for implementation in Australian clinical IT systems.

Australian Medicines Terminology (v4)

/syndication/v1/au/csiro/amtv4/amtv4-amtv4.version-latest.csv?_filename=amtv4-amtv4.version-latest-restricted.csvAMT Release CSV File (Experimental)The CSV (Comma Separated Values) distribution of AMT provides a flattened version of AMT medications. It aggregates each of the related concepts of an AMT medication, into a de-normalised form, for simpler integration. The CSV format forgoes the SNOMED CT structures and assumes a preferred language dialect of “en-AU”.

Draft AMT v4 support documentation (Unapproved version)

These documents may undergo revision during the beta-testing phase. Please send questions or feedback to NCTSOffice@csiro.au.

/library/AMT_v4_-Model_-Specification_DRAFT.pdfAMT v4 Model Specification – DRAFT (Unapproved)Describes the Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT) concept model components and their relationship to one another and SNOMED CT.
/library/AMT_v4_Editorial_and_Naming_Rules_DRAFT.pdfAMT v4 Editorial and Naming Rules – DRAFT (Unapproved)Provides detailed editorial guidance on the execution of the Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT) v4 concept model.
/library/AMT_v4_Changes_and_Impacts_DRAFT.pdfAMT v4 Changes and Impacts – DRAFT (Unapproved)Presents the changes made to the AMT model and release files to assist implementers migrate to AMT v4.

Release information

/news-and-events/important-information-release-of-snomed-ct-au-containing-amt-version-4-for-beta-testing/Important information – release of SNOMED CT-AU containing AMT (version 4) for beta testing

Need AMTv4 implementation support?

Please get in touch with the NCTS Office so we can advise on the best approach.