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The online submission form below can be used to request additions or changes to content for both SNOMED CT-AU and the Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT). Once the submission form is completed and submitted, you will receive an email from requesting any supporting documentation (e.g. references to journal articles, clinical texts or Product Information) which should be attached to the email and returned.

Multiple or Batch Requests

For a large number of SNOMED CT-AU or AMT requests, please download the Batch Request Submission Template document below and complete all required information as indicated. Once completed, please email to along with any supporting documentation.

/library/DH_2597_2017_NCTS_BatchRequestSubmissionTemplate_v1.2a.xlsxNCTS Batch Request Submission TemplateA form for the submission of multiple or batches of content requests for both Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT) and SNOMED CT-AU.

AMT Descriptions for PBS Listings

The Department of Health has updated the way submissions are made to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC) for listing medicines on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS). Sponsors are now required to complete an AMT request form for any products not currently listed in the AMT prior to PBAC submission. Note: this process may take up to 3-5 days. The Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT) descriptions for PBS Listings request submission form can be downloaded from the PBAC website.

For further information please see the NCTS Request Submission Guidelines document below for Terminology Products or email

/library/DH_2402_2016_NCTS_RequestSubmissionGuidelinesforTerminologyProducts_v1.1.pdfNCTS Request Submission Guidelines v1.1Provides guidance on how to submit a request to the NCTS for the creation, modification, or inactivation of clinical terminology content.

Online Submission Form

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