Hi,

Have anybody ever heard about  a health-it-project that hadn't a smaller or 
larger group of sceptic people that try to build momentum against the project? 
:-)

For SNOMED CT the trend at least seems to be that fewer and fewer people 
belongs to the sceptic group, and about half of the European Union member 
countries seems to be member in SNOMED International 
(https://www.snomed.org/members).

Will France as usual be the last country that adopt something that originate 
from Great Britain? :-)

        Regards
        Mikael


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Ämne: [Troll] Terminology bindings ... again

Le 12/03/2018 à 01:38, Pablo Pazos a écrit :

> IMO we should focus on SNOMED.

Hi,

There is currently some kind of interesting momentum against Snomed.

It can come from governments that refuse to pay for it (current mood in 
France), of from practitioners who, after having been asked by their gov to 
"sort out their Snomed subset" came to the conclusion that it doesn't exist.

<Troll>Some also predict that the most certain result of keeping up trying to 
build systems using such shitty fully endemic components is to have medical 
doctors disappear from missing the "information society"
turn.</Troll>

Have some of you been aware of the Meriterm (European) project?

Best,

Philippe


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