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In the context of the Content Change Management Process, Requests for Change can be categorized as:

  • Simple – It is expected that simple requests would be 'Minor' changes which would normally have the following characteristics:
    • Single or small scale multiple additions or amendments to SNOMED CT, existing cross map products and Translations. Clarifications or corrections to the documentation of Standards
    • Has no implications to defined policies or processes within the IHTSDO or any Member or Partner organization
    • Has no implications for existing implementations of SNOMED CT and or derivatives
  • Complex - It is expected that Complex requests would be more 'Significant' or 'Major' changes which would normally have the following characteristics:
    • Significant
      • 'Significant' – multiple large scale or bulk additions or amendments to SNOMED CT, existing cross map products and translations
      • 'Significant' – requires changes to more than 1 existing IHTSDO product
      • 'Significant' – has implications to defined policies or processes within either the IHTSDO, Member country, Partner organizations or existing implementations of SNOMED CT and or its derivatives
    • Major
      • 'Major' – Requests for new products (e.g. Translation or Cross Map)
      • 'Major' – Has implications to SNOMED CT concept model
      • 'Major' – Has implications to defined and published IHTSDO Standards
      • 'Major' – Has implications to defined IHTSDO and Member countries policies and or processes
    • 'Significant' or 'Major' would normally require formal consultation process to be initiated as defined within the Content Change Management Process

 

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