Mapping of Terminologies and Classifications [MAP7_100]

///Mapping of Terminologies and Classifications [MAP7_100]

Mapping of Terminologies and Classifications [MAP7_100]

$145.00

Why this course

This course develops skills in, planning to use, or deciding about the efficacy of a map between terminologies or classifications, or responsible for data which uses such a map. This includes:

  • Decision makers in government, healthcare authorities and healthcare facilities
  • Developers, implementers and managers of health information systems, clinical information systems and clinical decision support systems
  • The Classification and Terminology communities of practice All users of clinical data, such as health statisticians, researchers, public health agencies, health insurance providers, health risk organisations, data analysts and data managers

Who should do this course?

Any person using, planning to use, or deciding about the efficacy of a map between terminologies or classifications, or responsible for data which uses such a map.

This includes:

  • Decision makers in government, healthcare authorities and healthcare facilities
  • Developers, implementers and managers of health information systems, clinical information systems and clinical decision support systems
  • The Classification and Terminology communities of practice
  • All users of clinical data, such as health statisticians, researchers, public health agencies, health insurance providers, health risk organisations, data analysts and data managers
  • Terminology implementers seeking to migrate or translate their information.

How will I benefit

At completion of this activity you will:

  • Understand what maps and mapping are Understand the business case for mapping, including for migration and shared communication.
  • Explain the differences between a terminology and classification
  • Explain the differences between simple, complex and rule-based maps
  • Explain the core components of a quality map semantic comparability between terminologies and terminologies, terminologies and classifications or classifications and classifications.

Industry Engagement

This approach has been developed by an international team of experts who have been active contributors to the IHTSDO and SNOMED CT communities and the developers of the ISO Technical Specifications and Reports on Maps and Map Quality Measures.

SKU: MAP7_100 Category:

Description

This course explains the opportunities and risks inherent in the mapping process and discusses the issues that need to be considered in the development, maintenance and use of mapping in health care. You will learn to identify the variations in process, precision and administration required for mapping for different purposes and in different environments. The course is based upon the ISO Technical Report 12300 Mapping of Terminologies to Classifications.