IMO Core

We’re here to help you make the most of the valuable data in your EHR.

Let IMO Core improve your workflows and ensure accurate documentation, so your focus can remain on the patient.

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Clinical Interface Terminology

IMO Core is a problem-oriented clinical workflow solution that simplifies provider documentation and problem list management, while making clinically relevant patient data easily accessible at the point of care.

IMO Core supports care as you intended.

More Intentional Care

  • Aligns clinician language with rigid, administrative coding systems
  • Provides a simple, organized view of the patient problem list and associated medications and labs
  • Facilitates efficient access and review of relevant clinical data to help clinicians optimize care plans

Credible Documentation

  • Dictionary curated by clinical subject matter experts
  • Continually updated to be compliant with health system and regulatory requirements
  • Optimizes HCC capture and Risk Adjustment Factors (RAF)

Efficient Operations

  • Simplifies workflow to access and analyze critical patient data
  • Streamlines process to find and accurately document problems and diagnoses
  • Identifies duplicative and outdated problem list data for quick removal
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We’re making EHR data more accessible so clinicians can focus on what matters to them and their patients – delivering excellent care instead of endless documentation.

Still wondering how IMO Core can help you?

We have an amazing team ready and waiting to answer your questions and support you along the way.

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