What’s in store for health IT in 2020?

Machine learning and AI. EHR terminology and semantic uniformity. Next steps from the titans of tech. IMO thought leaders weigh in on what the future may hold for health IT.
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2020-Healthcare IT-Predictions

The beginning of a new year – let alone a new decade – is always prime time for speculation. And with so many interesting players, innovative technologies, and problems to solve, there’s no limit to what healthcare technology might have in store.

So what’s on the horizon for health IT in 2020? We asked a number of IMO experts to make their best predictions. Here’s what they had to say.

About Intelligent Medical Objects (IMO)

At IMO, we are dedicated to powering care as you intended, through a platform that is intelligent, intuitive, and intentional. Used by more than 4,500 hospitals and 500,000 physicians daily, IMO’s clinical interface terminology (CIT) forms the foundation for healthcare enterprise needs including effective management of EHR problem lists, accurate documentation, and the mapping of over 2.4 million clinician-friendly terms across 24 different code systems.

We offer a portfolio of products that includes terminologies and value sets that are clinically vetted, always current, and maintenance-free. This aligns to provider organizations’ missions, EHR platforms’ inherent power, and the evolving vision of the healthcare industry while ensuring accurate care documentation and administrative codes. So clinicians can get back to being clinicians, health systems can get reimbursed, and patients can more easily engage in their own care. As intended.

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