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The Regenstrief Institute and IHTSDO are very pleased to announce that the April 2016 Alpha (phase 3) Edition LOINC - SNOMED CT Expression Association and Map Sets - Technology Preview is now available.
New LOINC Codes for reporting pharmacogenomics results can enable evidence-based clinical decision making
The Regenstrief Institute Inc. and Clinical Pharmacogenetics Implementation Consortium (CPIC™) are working together to create LOINC codes for reporting pharmacogenomic laboratory results in a standard format.
Revised LOINC 2.54 Linguistic Variants File re-published
Revised LOINC 2.54 Panels and Forms File re-published
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Current versions of LOINC and RELMA released December 21, 2015.
The Regenstrief Institute Inc. and bioMérieux have signed an innovative landmark global collaboration agreement.
The Regenstrief Institute and IHTSDO are very pleased to announce that the September 2015 LOINC - SNOMED CT Expression Association and Map Sets - Technology Preview is now available.
A new standardized data set of more than 100 coded and measurable terms is now available that enables health care systems to objectively evaluate and compare the effectiveness of their nursing care, staffing and facilities – unit-by-unit and shift-by-shift.
Current versions of LOINC and RELMA released June 29, 2015.
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Current versions of LOINC and RELMA released December 22, 2014.
The Regenstrief Institute and IHTSDO are very pleased to announce that a draft file containing LOINC-SNOMED CT Mappings and Expression Associations is now available.
Current versions of LOINC and RELMA released June 27, 2014.
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The use of non-standardized local codes or terminology to describe laboratory test orders varies widely among laboratories. Universal use of LOINC coding for laboratory order and result information in a structured and systematic fashion is an essential component of interoperability between providers, clinical laboratories and public health laboratories.
Current versions of LOINC and RELMA released December 26, 2013.
OAK BROOK, Ill. and INDIANAPOLIS (Nov. 26, 2013) -- Under a contract awarded by the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, the developers of two advanced medical terminologies have begun work to harmonize and unify terms for radiology procedures.
INDIANAPOLIS, USA, and COPENHAGEN, Denmark -- The Regenstrief Institute Inc. and the International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation have signed a long-term agreement to begin cooperative work linking their leading global health care terminologies: Logical Observation Identifiers Names and Codes, or LOINC, and SNOMED Clinical Terms.