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Powering care as you intended.

We offer a portfolio of products from terminology dictionaries to value sets that are clinically-vetted, always current, and maintenance-free.

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EHR Terminology
How we help

Leverage EHR data to deliver better care.

By powering care as you intended, we reduce your administrative burden and enterprise inefficiencies, clearing the way to let clinicians be clinicians.

Deliver Better Care

We ensure clinicians can follow their clinical intentions while supporting better care coordination and allowing more time for patient engagement.

Document More Credibly

We enable accurate reporting and care documentation across the continuum of care to maximize reimbursements and improve the accuracy of the EHR.

Operate More Efficiently

We power intuitive workflows grounded in clinicians’ language to drive more efficient decision making and streamline administrative processes.

Deeper Insights

We transform EHR data into a source of actionable patient insights to impact care, treatment decisions, and ensure a greater return on EHR investments.

When technology works well, it provides the information, analytics, and insights to deliver the best patient care and reporting. Too often though, it results in slow downs, resource inefficiencies, and coding distractions.
EHR Terminology IMO

Intelligently

  • Provides clinically-vetted terminology
  • Proactively identifies information gaps and improves data quality

Intuitively

  • Offers descriptions written in language that is familiar to clinicians
  • Maps terminology to 24 global coding systems

Intentionally

  • Aligns care with the most current clinical standards
  • Allows clinicians to focus on care rather than coding

Latest Ideas

Why getting surgical documentation right matters

When it comes to surgery, if something isn’t documented in a patient’s chart it’s as though it didn’t happen. Even the most basic facts of a case must be recorded with the correct clinical terminology in order to ensure high-quality care. And it’s not just the operative note that’s important – excellent documentation is needed at all stages of a patient’s surgical care.

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The challenge of vaccinating the most vulnerable

In December 2020, the FDA granted emergency use authorization for the first COVID-19 vaccine, initiating the largest inoculation effort in US history. But, three months later the rollout has not gone as smoothly as hoped – putting more stress on already overburdened health systems and providers.

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The new normal(ize): A primer on patient data standardization

You don’t have to work for a medical coding company to know that quality data is important – especially in healthcare. But patient information comes from a variety of sources, and it’s rarely all in the same format, or documented using the same clinical terminology. So, what does this mean? We’re glad you asked.

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Meet IMO Precision Normalize

Our new normalization engine for problems, procedures, medications, and labs.