The Nutrition Care Process and Terminology Committee and Interoperability and Standards Committee are working together to provide resources to incorporate the NCP Terminology in electronic health records. Per Federal US Health and Human Services mandate, clinical terminologies in Electronic Health Records (EHRs) must be in SNOMED and LOINC. The corporate and developer subscriptions for the eNCPT provide a downloadable spreadsheet that includes the currently published NCPT, SNOMED, and LOINC mappings.
Purchase an Organization Subscription from the eNCPT website. This subscription will give you permission and access to the NCP Terminology Excel Spreadsheet for use in your hospital’s EHR.
Yes. The Academy holds the copyright for the NCP Terminology. To use NCPT in any software product that will be sold or distributed to others, you must purchase a Developer Subscription from the eNCPT website. This subscription will provide access to the NCP Terminology Excel Spreadsheet and permission to include the terminology in a product for sale or distribution.
Contact email@example.com if you are unsure whether you need a Developer Subscription.
Evaluate whether your proposed use of the terms falls within “fair use.” The U.S. Copyright Law, under Chapter One, Section 107, exempts limited use of copyrighted works, referred to as ”fair use” and such uses are allowable without a license. For more information on fair use and the copyright law, visit www.copyright.gov. Consulting with your legal advisor is also a good idea.
A downloadable Excel file is a part of the Organization or Developer eNCPT subscription and includes the following: