The ICPC-3 Project started January 2018 and runs for a period of three and half years.
Upcomming ICPC-3 Taskforce meeting: June 12th, 2019
- The Zoom meeting is hosted by the Department of Primary and Community Health Care, Nijmegen, the Netherlands
In the ICPC-3 Project a new version of the ICPC and an Interface Terminology for Primary Care is under development, based on a novel approach for classification development, i.e. based on a content-model.
- This novel approach takes into account all desired uses of ICPC in International and different National Primary Care settings.
- There will be consistency with the principle of interoperability within the Framework of the WHO Family of International Classifications and within Clinical Terminologies.
- It is also aimed to create a stable model to support continuous central development and maintenance of the ICPC and Interface Terminology.
- The ICPC-3 Project Secretariat is hosted by the Department of Primary and Community Care / Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
- The ICPC-3 Consortium is founded specifically for the development and future maintenance of ICPC-3.
- The two project leaders of the ICPC-3 Project are both experts in the development of International Classifications, medical terminology and medical informatics.
- Both have been engaged in the WHO-FIC PC Taskforce for development of a concept Primary Care linearization of the ICD-11; Kees van Boven as one of the Co-Chairs.
- The concept linearization for PC of the ICD-11 has not been completed yet, and needs to be further discussed and developed.
- The insights gained in the work on the concept PC linearization of the ICD-11 is partly feeding into the development of the ICPC-3.
- These insights can also assist in improving the further development of ICD-11, as the content for the PC linearization at this moment is based on the ICPC-2, which will be replaced by the ICPC-3 in 2020.
- ICPC-3 can assist to improve ICD-11 for Primary Care and make it suitable for data-exchange in Electronic Health Records.