Belgium

The Federal Public Service of Public Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment will assume the liability of the distribution of SNOMED CT within Belgium.


Cyprus

Cyprus joins SNOMED International to bring structure and consistency in the sharing of health information for patient care, clinical decision support and research purposes.


Czech Republic

In 2012 the Czech Republic became a Member joining a global effort to develop, maintain, and enable the use of SNOMED CT in health systems around the world.


Denmark

The Danish Health Data Authority represents Denmark to SNOMED International. The Danish Health Data Authority is an agency under the Ministry of Health.


Estonia

In January 2010 Estonia became a Member, joining a global effort to develop, maintain, and enable the use of SNOMED CT in health systems around the world.


Iceland

In September 2011 Iceland became a Member, joining a global effort to develop, maintain, and enable the use of SNOMED CT in health systems around the world.


Ireland

Ireland joined as a Member in November 2016 after an extensive consultation process, which included a report from the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA).


Israel

The Ministry of Health (MOH) bears national responsibility for ensuring the health of the population of Israel.


Jordan

Jordan’s representative to SNOMED International is Electronic Health Solutions (EHS).


Lithuania

Lithuania’s representative to SNOMED International is the Lithuanian Library of Medicine, which is a component of the Ministry of Health.


Luxembourg

Luxembourg’s representative to SNOMED International is Agence eSant√©.


Malta

In October 2011 Malta joined SNOMED International, contributing to the global effort to develop, maintain, and enable the use of SNOMED CT in health systems around the world.


Netherlands

The Dutch representative to SNOMED International is the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport.


Norway

The Norwegian Directorate of eHealth is a subordinate institution of the Norwegian Ministry of Health and Care Services and is leading the implementation of SNOMED CT in Norway.


Poland

In December 2011, Poland became a Member, joining a global effort to develop, maintain, and enable the use of SNOMED CT in health systems around the world.


Portugal

In January 2014 Portugal became a Member, joining a global effort to develop, maintain, and enable the use of SNOMED CT in health systems around the world.


Republic of Slovenia

In January 2010, the Republic of Slovenia became a Member of SNOMED International, joining a global effort to develop, maintain, and enable the use of SNOMED CT in health systems around the world.


Slovak Republic

The Slovak Republic's representative to SNOMED International is the National Health Information Center.


Spain

Spain joined as a Member in April 2009 following a strategic decision to adopt SNOMED CT® within the Spanish National Health System as reference clinical terminology for its digital health records.


Sweden

The National Board of Health and Welfare has, within the Swedish strategy for eHealth, the overall responsibility for providing national resources for standardized health and social care information.


Switzerland

In January 2016 Switzerland became a Member, joining a global effort to develop, maintain, and enable the use of SNOMED CT in health systems around the world.

 


United Kingdom

The United Kingdom (UK) is a founder member of SNOMED International, and its representative is NHS Digital, on behalf of the UK countries.

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