SNOMED International - Articulating Stakeholder Value - Flipbook - Page 15
SNOMED CT Value Framework
SNOMED CT Stakeholder Landscape
SNOMED CT allows Policy Makers to be more informed when making policy and management
decisions, accelerating their analytical and decision-making process.
SNOMED CT allows Members to ensure that high-quality clinical information is
available to all stakeholders in their country, as required.
SNOMED CT enables patients/citizens to control their health information and be
knowledgeable about their health and their self-care options. SNOMED CT also
enables a collaborative relationship with their Care Providers
to receive the best care available.
Professional Associations who contribute clinical knowledge to ensure that the
evolution of SNOMED CT maintains its clinical integrity. Standards Organizations
contribute their artefacts so that together with SNOMED CT the ‘one language
of health’ can be created.
Researchers and Knowledge Producers
SNOMED CT allows Care Providers to improve patient outcomes by being
knowledgeable about their patient's health and their options for care.
This allows for a more informed and collaborative relationship with patients
when making critical care decisions, and to provide the best care possible, in
association with the rest of the care team.
SNOMED CT allows Researchers and Knowledge Producer to create ‘the one
language of health’ and accelerate data, information, evidence and knowledge
creation. Supporting a wide range of analytics and research activities, use of
SNOMED CT benefits the decision-making of policymakers, care providers,
patients/citizens and other health care stakeholders.
SNOMED CT allows Vendors to sell their products using a global standard that is deployed in over 80
countries, opening new markets for their software products.
SNOMED CT is the most comprehensive, scientifically validated, health care terminology available globally,
allowing Implementers to collect data once and reuse it for a diverse range of clinical, analytical and research
purposes, and enabling them to support the information needs of a variety of stakeholders, including care
providers, policymakers, patients/citizens and others.