This is the base conformance statement for FHIR. It represents a server that provides the none of the functionality defined by FHIR. It is provided to use as a template for system designers to build their own conformance statements from. A conformance profile has to contain something, so this contains a read of a Conformance Statement
Project: Core Examples - DSTU2
SNOMED CT is a concept-based, scientifically validated terminology that provides a unique and permanent concept identifier that can be included in multiple HL7 data types including CD and CE. The concepts are managed to avoid "semantic drift" so the meaning remains constant. If the concept is found to be ambiguous or the meaning changes, the concept is inactivated but still retained and the identifier is never reused. SNOMED CT's concepts are interrelated hierarchically and using description logic. SNOMED CT concepts have a unique "fully-specified name", a preferred term, and, optionally, synonyms. The description languages include English and Spanish.