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When all the operating rooms aren’t a stage

When surgical schedulers don’t have the right clinical terminologies built into their EHR workflows, small inefficiencies – like case delays or preference card errors – quickly add up. And they’re not just frustrating in the operating room, they also wreak havoc on optimal financial return.

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Interoperability in Healthcare

Labs 101: A challenge for interoperability in healthcare

Most of us know that interoperability in healthcare is a challenge, but sharing one specific type of healthcare information – clinical laboratory data – is particularly difficult. For more on why this type of clinical documentation can turn into such a headache, check out the blog below.

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When all the operating rooms aren’t a stage

When surgical schedulers don’t have the right clinical terminologies built into their EHR workflows, small inefficiencies – like case delays or preference card errors – quickly add up. And they’re not just frustrating in the operating room, they also wreak havoc on optimal financial return.

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Interoperability in Healthcare
Article

Labs 101: A challenge for interoperability in healthcare

Most of us know that interoperability in healthcare is a challenge, but sharing one specific type of healthcare information – clinical laboratory data – is particularly difficult. For more on why this type of clinical documentation can turn into such a headache, check out the blog below.

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Introducing IMO Precision Sets

The transition to outcomes-based models is a struggle for many healthcare organizations. In particular, authoring, validating, and maintaining precise value sets has proven to be a significant challenge. Learn how IMO Precision Sets, our robust value sets solution, helps healthcare providers inform quality reporting, support better clinical decision making, and understand patient populations while avoiding the resource drains and inefficiencies of DIY approaches.

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Legacy products to current product
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A “brand” new day for Intelligent Medical Objects

Throughout its more than 20-year history, Intelligent Medical Objects has been driven by a commitment to continuous innovation. Today I am pleased to announce a host of developments, both big and small, that advance IMO’s tradition of (re)invention on behalf of our healthcare industry clients.

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electronic health record ehr
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At the root of clinician burnout

Over the past few years, clinician (or physician) burnout has gained prominence as a critical issue facing our healthcare system. The reasons for burnout are myriad, but health information technology (HIT), and electronic health records (EHRs) in particular, are often blamed for much of the problem.

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Clinical Interface Terminology
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IMO announces leadership transition to support next chapter of growth and innovation

Intelligent Medical Objects, Inc. (IMO), the market leader in terminology services for healthcare IT, announced today that Chairman, CEO and Co-Founder, Frank Naeymi-Rad, will transition from CEO to the new role of Chief Innovator and continue as Chairman of the Board of the company. Ann Barnes, a seasoned technology and healthcare executive and former President and CEO of MedData Inc., will assume the role of CEO of IMO effective June 15, 2018.

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