IMO Core Periop

We’re here to help you make the most of your operating room (OR) to deliver the best perioperative care.

Let us help you improve OR scheduling and procedure costs while complying with current perioperative standards.

IMO Core Periop does the heavy lifting of building, coding, and maintaining the procedures in your surgical scheduling dictionary to help optimize your OR.

Better care through better OR management.

Better Processes

  • Supports best practice naming conventions
  • Aligns care with current periop standards
  • Ensures clarity in EHR with standardized procedure lists

Enhanced Profitability

  • Maximizes reimbursements
  • Reduces procedure spend
  • Decreases readmittance rates

Improved OR Management

  • Improves OR scheduling and decreases delays
  • Optimizes time averaging for efficient block utilization
  • Ensures accurate room set-up
IMO Core Periop brings together the unparalleled perioperative expertise of AORN Syntegrity® with IMO’s industry-leading medical terminology solution to help improve patient outcomes and scheduling efficiencies.
How we help

IMO Core Periop combines a surgical scheduling dictionary and the expertise of AORN.

Includes 2,600 evidence-based procedure namings as identified by AORN

Leverages IMO Core Procedure solution and AORN’s Syntegrity

Connects surgical procedures and workflows to standardized terms/codes

Inactivates irrelevant or out-of-date terms to align with AORN standards

Still wondering how IMO Core Periop can help you?

Our team is ready to answer any questions you may have. Let’s talk.

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