Clinical Terminology

Nobody likes wasting time. But for clinical informaticists, it’s part of the gig – anywhere from 40% to 90% of it, in
IMO updates its clinical terminology several times a year, ensuring each Regulatory release is as smooth as possible for clients. Here are
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This blog breaks down the shift from the current industry standard of ICD-10-CM to ICD-11 and what it means for healthcare.
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IMO updates its clinical terminology several times a year, ensuring each Regulatory release is as smooth as possible for clients. Here are
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