The ANS releases a new version of the Multi-Terminology Server
A new action in the eHealth roadmap, completed on 28 July.
This version adds:
- A SPARQL query engine (SPARQL Protocol and RDF Query Language): SPARQL is a query language analogous to SQL for relational databases that allows you to query and modify a set of resources in RDF format. All Terminologies published on the MTS are accessible from the SPARQL query engine
- The service is available to all users. Some Terminologies, however, are only visible to logged-in users.
- A data extraction, transformation and loading module, allowing the ANS to facilitate updates of health terminologies, allowing the CGTS to be more responsive in updating terminologies.
- Patches and improvements in the back-office facilitating the management and publication of health terminologies.
The range of terminologies in RDF/OWL format available on the MTS follows the roadmap of health terminologies, determined annually and agreed upon as part of the governance of the CI-SIS (Interoperability Framework for Health IT Systems). The next roadmap for the publication of Terminologies will be presented at the CI-SIS Consultation Committee on 15 September 2021.
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