Create and use better clinical patient data
IMO solutions enable complete documentation at the point of care and standardize clinical patient data from diverse systems into consistent, structured terminology. As a result, health systems can create and maintain high quality data to reduce the clinician HIT burden, optimize reimbursement, and inform care decisions.
Clinicians face barriers to delivering optimal care as the growing technology burden shifts their focus from the patient to health information systems.
Leverage the EHR to deliver quality patient care
Document with ease, make the problem list more meaningful, and gain relevant patient insights to inform decisions at the point of care.
OR Leader Challenges
As the profit center of a hospital, the OR must be run efficiently. But surgical dictionaries with redundant, ambiguous, and outdated terms can lead to improper scheduling, lost OR time, and resource waste.
Optimize your operating room
Enhance surgical scheduling to improve OR utilization and increase profitability.
Health information systems are the crux of modern healthcare, but burdensome documentation requirements and clinical workflow disruptions prevent them from being the clinical tools they were intended to be.
Maximize your EHR investment
Improve workflows and enable more accurate analytics and clinical decision support by simplifying documentation and presenting the most relevant patient data at the point of care.
Inefficient workflows and cumbersome documentation requirements contribute to commonplace coding errors in healthcare, resulting in inaccurate claims, lost reimbursement potential, and delayed payments.
Enable documentation that streamlines billing workflows
Simplify workflows so clinicians can document completely and accurately at the point of care, reducing the cost to collect and ensuring that revenue potential is optimized.
Quality management Challenges
Regulatory requirements are ever-changing and require precise, quality data to ensure the best decisions are made to improve care delivery.
Capture quality data for reporting and analytics
Leverage industry-leading clinical terminology to enable clinicians to easily create comprehensive patient data at the point of care, identify precise patient cohorts for reporting and analytics, and improve data quality from multiple sources.
Data Analytics Challenges
The complexity of data coming from various health information systems can result in incomplete, incorrect, or inconsistent clinical patient data, prompting care decisions that may miss significant pieces of the patient history.
Streamline efforts to create and maintain quality data
Standardize data from diverse systems into consistent, structured, clinically validated terminology with the specificity required to identify precise cohorts and fuel insights you can trust.
Learn how IMO solutions can enable better data.
IMO solutions can improve data quality, optimize reimbursement, streamline clinical and billing workflows, optimize your OR, and enable informed insights. Let us show you how.
Given that most of us see more than one doctor – in more than one health system – it’s no surprise that medical records from a single location are often incomplete. But that’s a problem, according to a new study about data quality in healthcare.
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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