Figure it out or fail: Extracting the value from unstructured data
Organizations may think that more healthcare data means more value, but the complexity of extracting that value can be challenging. Learn why.
Fresh perspectives on clinical terminologies, code mapping, and patient insights from the experts at IMO.
For providers (and patients), EHRs can be a frequent cause of frustration. Explore what drives the dissatisfaction and how we might move toward a more user-friendly future in Part 1 of this 2-part blog series.
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.
Poorly-managed problem lists are a pervasive problem that negatively impacts patient safety, provider satisfaction, and efficiency. Learn about ways to easily identify and remove unwanted noise from your patient’s problem lists.
Dr. Andrew Kanter, Chief Medical Officer and Dr. Jonathan Gold, Physician Informaticist, were recently inducted into the inaugural Fellows of the American Medical Informatics Association (FAMIA) class of 2019.
Healthcare institutions have a growing need for solutions that allow full utilization of clinical data from within and outside of the EHR system.
New agreement formed utilizing AORN Syntegrity® and IMO partnership.
Gain insight from the IMO product team to understand the difference between a healthy and unhealthy dictionary and the impact it has on your organization’s ROI.
IMO recognized as one of Chicago’s leading companies for fifth Consecutive Year.
CMO to leverage global experience in engaging health care providers to solve real world health problems.
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.