High Quality Data
Recording the right code -- diagnosis, procedure, medication -- can be simple.
With fast, incremental search, and context-specific result ordering
Ontoserver puts SNOMED CT, AMT, LOINC, and FHIR-based CodeSystems at your fingertips.
Available under licence from the CSIRO's Australian eHealth Research Centre. Have fun!
Free to use in Australia
Available for license elsewhere
As part of the National Clinical Terminology Service, a licensing agreement between the Australian Digital Health Agency and CSIRO enables both the private and public health sectors in Australia to access Ontoserver to support the use of clinical terminology.
Ontoserver: a syndicated terminology server
Alejandro Metke-Jimenez, Jim Steel, David Hansen and Michael Lawley
Journal of Biomedical Semantics 2018 9:24
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Fast & Precise Search,
SNOMED CT RF2, SNOMED CT Expression Constraint Language,
Multiple SNOMED CT Versions,
OWL2 EL (with Concrete Domains) Description Logic via
Ontoserver instances can syndicate terminology content from an up-stream Ontoserver instance, or the NCTS, via its Syndication API.
This makes it almost trivial to deploy and access the latest version of SNOMED CT-AU and other standard terminologies.
Shrimp is a free SNOMED CT search, visualisation, and exploration tool that runs in your browser, and talks to an Ontoserver instance using its RESTful API.
This tool sends the same expansion ($expand + filter) request to multiple FHIR servers and displays the results side-by-side for performance and behaviour comparison.