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Join us for a special Valentine’s Day edition of In My Opinion with Client Services superstars (and IMO sweethearts), Josephine Mazza and Blake Carson.
RxNORM® terminology identifies identical drugs listed by different names, an important need for healthcare. Learn more in this primer.
Being a clinician who can improve clinicians’ days might be a bit abstract – but it’s all in a day’s work for Deepak Pillai, MD, Physician Informaticist at IMO.
The desire to learn and lend a hand have exposed Emma Foley-Beaver to a range of roles at IMO. Learn more in the latest installment of In My Opinion.
Professional growth, painting, and puppies. Carmel Esmailzadegan talks about things that start with ‘P’ – and other letters – in our latest In My Opinion.
How much does specificity in clinical documentation matter? When it comes to Medicare Advantage reimbursement, it matters. A lot.
Fostering talent and growth in others is no easy feat, but Director of Talent Development Jenn Steplowski aces the task in this month’s In My Opinion.
A lot of interesting people work at IMO. Every month, we choose one to feature for In My Opinion. This time, Diana Nichols takes the spotlight.
Andrew S. Kanter, MD, and Steven Rube, MD, reflect on the early days of electronic health record (EHR) technology and what the future of it holds for patients and providers.
Interacting with clients and teammates gets a dose of fun from a fashion-forward former college cheerleader.
Building software that links clinical terminology to standardized code systems becomes a lot more fun when almost all of your presentations contain memes.
Preview our eBook that explains four strategies to leverage your EHR for effective clinical workflows.