Compare and contrast SNOMED-CT with one other ANA recognized standard nursing
terminologies (selected from any of the Interrace Terminologies, Minimum Data Sets or
Reference Terminology) and explain fully. Discuss why there is a need for codification of
nursing data in EHRs. Include the basic concepts of the terminologies you selected and
apply these to one case example. You can provide an example from your practice or the
literature to demonstrate your understanding of the material and to bring the material
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