We support our healthcare partners striving to manage and minimize the spread of COVID-19 and administer the coronavirus vaccine.

The need to accurately document novel coronavirus cases, manage vaccine administration, and analyze and share patient data, is critical to patients, their communities, and the healthcare professionals who serve them.

To support our healthcare partners and the entire HIT community, IMO is committed to delivering the most up-to-date terminology and insights solutions to help in the fight against this global pandemic.

IMO COVID-19 clinical terminology and insights solutions help providers:

Accurately document COVID-19 problem, procedure, lab, and vaccine data using clinically-intuitive and descriptive medical coding terms

Use health information systems to identify and engage patients who have documented COVID-19 problems, diagnoses, and labs

Create and analyze cohorts of COVID-19 patients to assist with patient care, infection control measures, and population health protocols

Still wondering how IMO’s COVID-19 solutions can help your organization?

Our team is ready to answer any questions you may have. Ask away.

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Responding to a global pandemic: A timeline of COVID-19 terminology

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