Many companies are navigating new ways of working during the COVID-19 outbreak. Our CEO, Ann Barnes, shares IMO’s strategy for keeping our employees and clients supported during this unprecedented time.
In light of the cancellation of the annual Health Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) meeting, IMO today announced business updates that would have been highlighted at the event.
Building a positive workplace culture is key for companies who want to make sure their employees are engaged in and excited about their work. Building a thriving culture, though, takes strategic and thoughtful effort. IMO’s Chief People Officer, Charlie Judy, breaks down how to purposefully develop culture so that employees can thrive.
Last year, IMO relaunched its website to better reflect the company’s brand, values, and leadership. In just a few months, web traffic is up and the site was recognized for three creative industry awards. We sat down with Chief Marketing Officer, Michael Klozotsky, to talk about the benefits and challenges of developing a new digital presence.
In an industry where women are noticeably underrepresented in leadership, IMO stands out from the crowd. CEO Ann Barnes writes about the “girl gang” she brought to the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference last week and how supporting women in leadership can create positive change.
With the holidays around the corner, it’s a perfect time to do some quick health assessments so you can start off the new year strong. IMO’s Eric Rose, MD shared a men’s health tip every day in November, and we’ve highlighted our favorites below. Be sure to follow Dr. Rose (@EricRoseIMO) and @IMOSolutions for more!
Two IMO physicians were honored with the distinction of Fellow by the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) in their 2020 class. Drs. Steven Rube and Eric Rose join two IMO colleagues who were selected for the distinction in last year’s inaugural class.
IMO’s Vice President of Clinical Informatics Eric Rose, MD, FAAFP answers our questions about the latest edition of H.I.T. or Miss, a case study series about health IT challenges.
Throughout its more than 20-year history, Intelligent Medical Objects has been driven by a commitment to continuous innovation. Today I am pleased to announce a host of developments, both big and small, that advance IMO’s tradition of (re)invention on behalf of our healthcare industry clients.
Dr. Andrew Kanter, Chief Medical Officer and Dr. Jonathan Gold, Physician Informaticist, were recently inducted into the inaugural Fellows of the American Medical Informatics Association (FAMIA) class of 2019.
IMO recognized as one of Chicago’s leading companies for Fifth Consecutive Year.