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{{definition|A set of terms, concepts and codes in a specific subject field whose meanings have been defined or are generally understood. The purpose of a terminology is to provide a clear and unambiguous way to describe concepts so that two or more individuals can gain a shared meaning of those concepts. Terminology MUST be able to distinguish when two items are the same and terminology SHOULD be able to distinguish precisely how non-identical items are similar and different. A terminology is composed of concepts along with synonymous terms, properties and various relationships.
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{{definition|A set of terms intended for use in a specific domain. The terms may be associated with synonyms, concept codes, definitions, and relationships to concepts described by other terms.
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The purpose of a terminology is to provide a clear and unambiguous way to describe concepts so that two or more individuals can share terms with confidence that they understand them in the same way. Terminology MUST be able to distinguish when two items are the same and terminology SHOULD be able to distinguish precisely how non-identical items are similar and different. A terminology is composed of concepts along with synonymous terms, properties and various relationships.
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{{Reference_Definition| A set of terms, concepts and codes in a specific subject field whose meanings have been defined or are generally understood. The purpose of a terminology is to provide a clear and unambiguous way to describe concepts so that two or more individuals can gain a shared meaning of those concepts. Terminology MUST be able to distinguish when two items are the same and terminology SHOULD be able to distinguish precisely how non-identical items are similar and different. A terminology is composed of concepts along with synonymous terms, properties and various relationships. | HL7 SAIF-IF }}
 
{{Reference_Definition| A set of terms, concepts and codes in a specific subject field whose meanings have been defined or are generally understood. The purpose of a terminology is to provide a clear and unambiguous way to describe concepts so that two or more individuals can gain a shared meaning of those concepts. Terminology MUST be able to distinguish when two items are the same and terminology SHOULD be able to distinguish precisely how non-identical items are similar and different. A terminology is composed of concepts along with synonymous terms, properties and various relationships. | HL7 SAIF-IF }}
 
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Definition: A set of terms intended for use in a specific domain. The terms may be associated with synonyms, concept codes, definitions, and relationships to concepts described by other terms.

The purpose of a terminology is to provide a clear and unambiguous way to describe concepts so that two or more individuals can share terms with confidence that they understand them in the same way. Terminology MUST be able to distinguish when two items are the same and terminology SHOULD be able to distinguish precisely how non-identical items are similar and different. A terminology is composed of concepts along with synonymous terms, properties and various relationships.



Reference Definition: A set of terms, concepts and codes in a specific subject field whose meanings have been defined or are generally understood. The purpose of a terminology is to provide a clear and unambiguous way to describe concepts so that two or more individuals can gain a shared meaning of those concepts. Terminology MUST be able to distinguish when two items are the same and terminology SHOULD be able to distinguish precisely how non-identical items are similar and different. A terminology is composed of concepts along with synonymous terms, properties and various relationships. (HL7 SAIF-IF)

Subcategories

This category has the following 6 subcategories, out of 6 total.