The aim of the SNOMED CT Bridging Study is to monitor and evaluate the implementation of SNOMED CT on PHE’s national immunisation programme. Over a four-year period, data is being collected from a group of approximately 40 practices on a quarterly basis.
The study will enable PRIMIS to inform PHE, the GP system suppliers and participating practices of any coding anomalies and inconsistencies as SNOMED CT is implemented, as well as correct, where possible, coding problems that threaten the integrity of the data and thereby the reporting requirements of the national immunisation programme.
The benefits case is:
PRIMIS expects to publish the outcome of the SNOMED CT Bridging Studies project in summer 2021.
This project involves the following PRIMIS services:
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