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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COVID-19: What we know and where we’re headed

The first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in the United States on January 21, 2020. In the ensuing six months, the country has experienced a whirlwind of fear, confusion, and tragedy. We have also witnessed incredible strides in detection, treatment, and prevention of the disease. IMO’s Chief Medical Officer takes a look back at what we’ve learned and why there’s cause for optimism.

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