SNOMED-CT in Practice
Trusts are required to be using SNOMED-CT by 1st April 2020, but is your team fully up-to-date on what to expect? This interactive, informative workshop will guide you through the process from a trust perspective, enabling you to accurately map the demands of the changeover and benefit from lessons learnt by your peers. Take one day out to ensure that your clinical coding team can meet the requirements to successfully use SNOMED-CT by 2020.
If your clinical coding and information teams are beginning to prepare for using SNOMED-CT but are not sure how the process actually works for ‘the average trust’, then this workshop is a unique opportunity to discover exactly what to expect and prepare accordingly. Knowledge and insight will be shared not just on how SNOMED-CT works in practice but also how to train your team to use it, so this really is an unmissable training opportunity for anyone involved in this challenging project.
Featuring detailed explanations of challenges faced and what solutions were discovered as well as case study examples of terminology and cross mapping, this workshop is designed to cover all the bases to ensure you can smoothly use SNOMED-CT. Educational sessions will enable you to:
- Understand cross-mapping with practical examples to enhance your learning
- Get to grips with the terminology and familiarise yourself with how it works
- Plan your transition accurately to ensure you have the right staff, skills and resources
- Predict and overcome your likely challenges, guided by peer insight
- Benefit from time to ask your questions and ensure your own challenges are covered
This timely and engaging workshop is your chance to take a proactive step in the inevitable transition to SNOMED-CT. Previously held in April 2018, it was attended by:
- Clinical Coder, Clinical Coding Manager, Senior Clinical Coder
- Head of Clinical Coding, Clinical Coding Engagement Lead, Project Coder
- Clinical Data Capture Manager, Clinical Systems Developer
- Electronic Patient Record Lead, Health Records/Clinical Coding Lead
- Medical Director, Medical Records Manager
- Cancer Data Manager, Senior Classifications Manager
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‘SNOMED-CT in Practice’ was previously held in April 2018 in Leicester and described as “informative and enlightening!”, “a great fact-finding day and valuable for best practice” as well as a “very useful day with real life examples of practical information relating to implementation”.
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A peer-led guide to the workforce, training and skill requirements to adopt SNOMED-CT.
|9.30||Registration and refreshments|
|10.00||Leader’s opening remarks and introduction of attendees|
|10.10||Implementing SNOMED-CT: what is involved from a trust perspective? |
Where in the trust is SNOMED-CT used and for what purposes?
SNOMED-CT challenges: which are inherent and which are implementation issues?
Practical approaches: how much time, training and expertise do you need?
|11.20||Interacting with your current systems: how SNOMED-CT interacts with ICD-10 and OPCS |
How does the process of mapping SNOMED-CT to clinical coding systems work?
Compatibility challenges: what aspects of SNOMED-CT can be problematic to translate?
Linking in with IT systems: how did it work in practice?
|1.30||How using a clinician-led system impacts clinical coders and data quality |
What are the benefits for coders, if any at all?
How does the implementation of SNOMED-CT impact on day-to-day coding practice?
Data quality: is there any link between this and the quality of your data output?
|2.50||Using SNOMED-CT terminology: examples of the vocabulary in practice |
What is the terminology like? Demonstrating how data is input in to the system
Case study examples of this: a look at various terms in SNOMED-CT
How much of the terminology do coders need to understand? Preparing to implement
|3.50||Recap of the day and summary of tools to take away|
|4.00||Close of day|
Enhance your understanding of how to use SNOMED-CT and how to overcome the likely challenges with peer-led experience shared by your workshop leader: Monica Jones who has been described as “extremely knowledgeable and “a great facilitator”. Monica will share her experience of how using SNOMED-CT has impacted her trust, offering insight on the processes and challenges as well as sharing lessons learnt.
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