Meg Brennan

Brand Content Designer

Meg Brennan joined the content marketing team at IMO after graduating from Elon University, where she studied marketing communications and design. In her free time, she can be found watching hockey or looking for live music around the city.

More from Meg Brennan

As the NHL and NBA playoffs heat up, fans are glued to their screens. While we root for our favorite teams and players, let’s hope they steer clear of these ICD-10-CM codes.
Meet our normalization solution – now with NLP – that extracts, standardizes, and enriches structured and free text clinical data and maps it to standard codes.
Meet our new solution that simplifies the creation, organization, and maintenance of value sets.
By making the EHR more problem-oriented, healthcare providers can synthesize patient data, highlight key insights, and support more effective decision-making.
Learn how to get even more from your NextGen EHR by making workflows and clinical documentation easier with IMO Core.
Logical organization of the medical problem list can help health systems meet the unique needs of pediatric patients – and their providers.
For NextGen customers wondering how to take full advantage of their investment in IMO Core, we’ve got you covered in our latest Q&A.
Large-scale clinical research endeavors are a challenge – but are necessary to produce actionable clinical data. Learn how OMOP can help.
Honored as a leader in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I), learn how IMO’s CEO is creating meaningful change.
IMO’s CMO, Andrew S. Kanter, MD, answers questions on monkeypox and what the health IT industry can do to help clinicians stay on top of the outbreak.
The Inspiring Workplaces Group’s competition rewards companies for successfully creating work environments that are inspiring and inclusive.
The fact that the letters IMO don’t just stand for Intelligent Medical Objects isn’t lost on this medical coding company. Indeed, we believe it’s high time IMO embraced our text-slang status and we’re doing just that with In My Opinion, a new Ideas series featuring Q&As with IMO employees. The marketing team’s Meg Brennan takes the May spotlight.