Problem Lists and Documentation | IMO Core

Create and use better clinical patient data in your EHR.

IMO Core streamlines clinical workflows to help clinicians document with specificity and manage medical problem lists.

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The Challenge

Complicated EHR workflows can impede patient data quality

The clinical workflows designed to document and manage clinical patient data can be disjointed and unnecessarily complex, inhibiting providers from delivering the best possible care.

These workflow challenges also effect data quality, with real downstream impacts on billing, reimbursement, quality reporting, and population health initiatives.

How we help

IMO Core simplifies documentation, problem list management, and access to clinically relevant patient insights, ensuring high quality data, reducing the clinician HIT burden, and optimizing reimbursements.

Minimize disruption to clinical and operational workflows

Document with ease and specificity

  • Allows clinicians to document in their own words
  • Prompts for specificity and secondary codes at the point of care
  • Flags unaddressed HCCs to optimize coding and documentation
  • Includes granular descriptions that capture clinical intent

Make problem lists more meaningful

  • Organizes and categorizes 99.9% of terms in problem lists
  • Contextualizes medication and lab results for 97% of problems
  • Cleans duplicate, outdated, and redundant problem list data

Capture accurate, detailed coding behind the scenes

  • Provides comprehensive clinical terminology mapped to ICD-10-CM and SNOMED® codes
  • Updated 6x per year to ensure compliance with the latest regulatory standards and clinical knowledge
  • Maintained and updated by IMO clinical experts

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The numbers don't lie. IMO Core can bring your organization measurable value by helping:

  • Optimize reimbursement
  • Minimize denied claims
  • Reduce the HIT burden on clinicians

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