This paper outlines the Australian experience in adopting the Classification Markup Language (ClaML) to represent two clinical classification systems: ICD-10-AM (International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems, 10th Revision, Australian Modification) and ACHI (Australian Classification of Health Interventions). The primary goal of this process is to share classification data efficiently with relevant parties in a consistent format. This paper outlines extensions implemented in ClaML to facilitate the representation of the above classifications, with validation of the resulting ClaML files verified through XML stylesheet transformation (XSLT) to render the data on a browser, in the same format of printed ICD-10-AM and ACHI books.
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