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Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Consultation on the proposed withdrawal of the SNOMED CT national care planning content

In addition to responding myself, I notice on the actual consultation page on 'Citizen Space' there is an option to share this consultation.

Dear Peter,

You are registered for the care planning content via the HSCIC Technology Reference data Update Distribution website.

The national Care Planning Content is designed for use to support care planning functionality across health and social care. This functionality crosses many professions/sectors which may have differing descriptions for a care plan in the traditional health record (e.g. treatment plans, birthing plans, support plans, intervention plans or care order sets). The content can support the interoperation of care plans across boundaries and paper based care plans based on the pack have also been used successfully to gain greater familiarity with structured terminology (SNOMED CT).

More details at: http://www.infostandards.org/careplanning

The absence of a declared owner or sponsor for this product means that we are proposing to withdraw it and are keen to hear views and understand the impact of not maintaining this content and its associated services.

We have a number of questions to determine how information Standards could best support the development of a standard for care planning, the consultation can be found at:

https://consultations.infostandards.org/bdea/snomed-ct-care-planning/consult_view

- and we would value and encourage your feedback on this proposal.

If you have any questions regarding the above you can contact us by sending an e-mail to information.standards AT hscic.gov.uk. This is the preferred form of communication.

You can also telephone for advice and support. Our telephone number is +44 845 13 00 114
We are available weekdays from 9am to 5pm.

Regards
The TRUD support team
Health and Social Care Information Centre

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