IMO Precision Normalize

We are here to help support your clinical and financial decision-making.

Our normalization engine improves the accuracy and completeness of healthcare data. Let us show you how.

EHR integration
Clinical interface terminology

IMO Precision Normalize is a precise normalization engine that standardizes inconsistent diagnosis, procedure, medication, and lab data from diverse systems into common, clinically validated terminology.

Meaningful insights start with quality data

Power Insights

  • Ensures consistency in data extracted from multiple systems
  • Built on a dictionary curated by clinical SMEs
  • Uncovers and adds missing healthcare information

Improve Reporting

  • Precise matching and data validation increase accuracy
  • Adds metadata like HCC and demographic information for deeper insights
  • Leverages 2.4 million terms and 250,000 codes and concepts

Operate Efficiently

  • Always current and clinically validated content
  • Processes up to 300,000 terms per minute
  • Reduces need for manual data review with .98 matching threshold
CPT terms
IMO Precision Normalize addresses the key challenges to enabling actionable analytics: high variability in data quality, consistency, and completeness.

IMO Precision Normalize standardizes inconsistent patient data from various sources to common terminology and codes.

IMO Precision Normalize

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Latest Ideas

A helping hand for health information exchanges

Since medical records are electronic, it’s easy to think that patient data is naturally compatible and easy to aggregate for analytic purposes. But, that’s not necessarily the case. In fact, many health information exchanges that collect this information struggle to maximize the insights they get from the records. That’s where normalization services can help.

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The Primary Care First Act and the changing nature of healthcare reimbursement

When we’re sick, many of us see a mix of primary care physicians and specialists – and sometimes just specialists alone. But this practice isn’t always the best use of resources. The Primary Care First Act, explored in IMO’s new insight brief, aims to help change this dynamic by increasing the responsibilities of, and reimbursement rates for, providers in the primary care realm.

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