Creating precise patient cohorts for acute conditions

Precise, comprehensive value sets can help identify specific patient cohorts for population health initiatives and quality reporting requirements. Find out how IMO Precision Acute Condition Sets can ease the burden of building and updating these powerful tools.
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IMO Precision Acute Condition Sets

Creating and maintaining meticulous patient cohorts requires a great deal of time from clinicians and IT, along with granular knowledge of medical coding terms. However, once completed, results often lack the required specificity, become outdated relatively quickly, and don’t always integrate seamlessly with the EHR.

IMO Precision Acute Condition Sets relieves the burden of value set development and maintenance by identifying patient populations with acute conditions such as heart attack or sepsis. With this value set* solution, organizations can implement population health programs and comply with value-based reporting requirements knowing that the data being used is accurate and complete.

To learn more about the architecture and applications of IMO Precision Acute Condition Sets, and to see an example of the solution in action, download the Insight Brief.

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