|L||Change Management Guide||This guide includes advice on change management in SNOMED CT enabled implementations. Topics include the management of SNOMED CT content changes, technical changes and data migration.|
|D||Data Analytics with SNOMED CT|
This guide explains a range of approaches, tools and techniques for performing data analytics using SNOMED CT, and presents some relevant case studies.
|E||Decision Support with SNOMED CT||This guide explains a range of approaches to implementing clinical decision support with SNOMED CT, and presents some relevant case studies.|
|K||ICD-10 Mapping Technical Guide|
This guide explains the process used for mapping SNOMED CT to ICD-10, and incorporates guidance on this process.
|F||Extensions Practical Guide||This guide presents the purpose, process and principles of creating, distributing and managing SNOMED CT extensions.|
|I||Record Services Guide||This guide discusses requirements for the entry, storage, retrieval and communication of SNOMED CT coded health record information.|
|G||Reference Sets Practical Guide||This guide presents the purpose, process and principles of creating, distributing and managing SNOMED CT reference sets.|
|C||Search and Data Entry Guide||This guide presents key techniques for search and data entry with SNOMED CT.|
This guide provides detailed information about the rules by which SNOMED CT international content is authored. It describes SNOMED CT's scope, hierarchies, authoring principles, style guidance and concept model rules.
|B||Technical Implementation Guide|
This guide (also known as the TIG) provides a general overview of technical topics related to SNOMED CT implementation. It also provides an entry point to individual guides on more specific topics.
|This guide describes services required to load, update, access and make effective use of SNOMED CT terminology content.|
|L||This guide provides advice on using SNOMED CT and LOINC together. It includes specifications of the files used for distribution maps and expression constraints developed as part of the cooperative work between SNOMED International and Regenstrief Institute Inc.|
|J||This document is a guide to the use of the Ontology Web Language (OWL) in SNOMED CT. It includes detailed information about structure, content and use of OWL reference sets. These OWL reference sets are used to distribute ontology reference information and the axioms that represent the formal logical definitions of SNOMED CT concepts.|