IMO honored as one of Chicago Tribune’s Top Workplaces 2018

IMO recognized as one of Chicago’s leading companies for Fifth Consecutive Year.
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Northbrook, IL – November 2, 2018 – Intelligent Medical Objects, Inc. (IMO) has been awarded a 2018 Top Workplaces honor by the Chicago Tribune for the fifth consecutive year.

Intelligent Medical Objects earned this honor on the Top Workplaces lists through employee surveys conducted by Energage, a leading research firm that specializes in improving organizational health. Employees were asked to measure key qualities such as company leadership, communication, career opportunities, working environment, managerial skills, pay and benefits.

IMO joined fellow honorees and more than 700 C-level Chicago executives at the Chicago Tribune’s ninth annual Top Workplaces awards ceremony held at Soldier Field’s exclusive United Club. In addition to announcing the winners in each category, some of the top local companies shared their stories of success.

“We’re honored to have received this award for the fifth year in a row,” said Ann Barnes, CEO at Intelligent Medical Objects. “IMO’s vibrant and innovative culture is continuously strengthened thanks to our dedicated employees’ talent and teamwork.”

Doug Claffey, CEO of Energage feels that “to be a Top Workplace, organizations must meet our strict standards for organizational health. And who better to ask about work life than the people who live the culture every day—the employees.”

Intelligent Medical Objects is the market leader in terminology solutions for healthcare. Our innovative solutions for electronic health record systems are used by more than 4,500 hospitals and 500,000 users daily. We hire people who love technology and who are creative problem solvers. We’re always on the lookout for individuals to join our fast-growing global team.

About Intelligent Medical Objects (IMO)

At IMO, we are dedicated to powering care as you intended, through a platform that is intelligent, intuitive, and intentional. Used by more than 4,500 hospitals and 500,000 physicians daily, IMO’s clinical interface terminology (CIT) forms the foundation for healthcare enterprise needs including effective management of EHR problem lists, accurate documentation, and the mapping of over 2.4 million clinician-friendly terms across 24 different code systems.

We offer a portfolio of products that includes terminologies and value sets that are clinically vetted, always current, and maintenance-free. This aligns to provider organizations’ missions, EHR platforms’ inherent power, and the evolving vision of the healthcare industry while ensuring accurate care documentation and administrative codes. So clinicians can get back to being clinicians, health systems can get reimbursed, and patients can more easily engage in their own care. As intended.

About Chicago Tribune Media Group

Chicago Tribune Media Group is a diversified media, marketing and advertising solutions company dedicated to serving communities across Chicagoland for over 175 years. CTMG’s portfolio includes Pulitzer Prize-winning Chicago Tribune, six daily suburban publications, including the Daily Southtown, Post-Tribune, The Beacon-News, Naperville Sun, The Courier-News, Lake County News-Sun, and over 30 weekly community publications. Additional CTMG brands include Spanish-language publication, Hoy; food and entertainment tabloid RedEye; and Chicago Magazine. CTMG is also made up of various products and services including Tribune Events Group, Tribune Content Agency, and Motiv8.

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