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ISO TR 12309

Health informatics — Guidelines for terminology development organizations

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 15 December 2009
Status: active
Page Count: 12
ICS Code (IT applications in health care technology): 35.240.80
scope:

Main purpose

This Technical Report specifies principles and processes that should be exhibited by developers of healthcare terminologies in support of international healthcare terminology standardization. The primary target group for this Technical Report is those establishing or reviewing organizations, and those evaluating the services or products maintained by such organizations, in the context of international healthcare terminology standardization. It complements standards such as ISO 17115 and ISO 17117(2)  (which address the content of terminologies) by specifying good governance requirements for the lifecycle of those terminologies.

Topics considered outside the scope

Detailed specifications of appropriate governance structures and how organizations should undertake good governance are outside the scope of this Technical Report, which is limited to high-level principles and processes. Standards and guidance for the development, identification, maintenance and evaluation of healthcare terminological systems are provided elsewhere and are therefore outside the scope of this Technical Report.

Document History

ISO TR 12309
December 15, 2009
Health informatics — Guidelines for terminology development organizations
Main purpose This Technical Report specifies principles and processes that should be exhibited by developers of healthcare terminologies in support of international healthcare terminology...

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