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Unifying the gap between clinical language and complex coding systems

IMO Interface Terminology

 

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Blood Bank

Complete Hospital Solution
Complete Hospital Solution
Complete Hospital Solution
Electronic Medical Record
Electronic Medical Record
Electronic Medical Record
3M coding & Reimbursement
3M coding & Reimbursement
3M coding & Reimbursement
ICD-10
ICD-10
ICD-10
Ordersets, EHR Complete
Ordersets, EHR Complete
Ordersets, EHR Complete
E-Prescribing Solurion
E-Prescribing Solurion
E-Prescribing Solurion
SAIL, Lab Solution
SAIL, Lab Solution
SAIL, Lab Solution
WinPharm, Pharmacy solutions
WinPharm, Pharmacy solutions
WinPharm, Pharmacy solutions
EBSCO, Dynamed Solution
EBSCO, Dynamed Solution
EBSCO, Dynamed Solution
Mayo Clinic, YES BOARD
Mayo Clinic, YES BOARD
Mayo Clinic, YES BOARD
SAGE - Financial Solutions
SAGE - Financial Solutions
SAGE - Financial Solutions

IMO makes sense out of complicated clinical information.

  • IMO terminology simplifies patient documentation.

  • IMO facilitates the capture of clinical information.

  • IMO is the most widely used clinical terminology.

  • 450,000 physicians use IMO worldwide.

 

IMO 2.0 ETP

IMO 2.0 ETP is an enterprise platform that hosts IMO’s dictionaries and services to meet your terminology needs.

Why IMO 2.0 ETP?
  • All of IMO’s latest technology in one user-friendly location

  • Identify potential gaps between dictionaries and clinical quality measures for MU3

  • Synchronize changes in your dictionaries to IMO’s terminology descriptions and associated maps

  • Easier content and software updates to the IMO server

How can IMO 2.0 ETP help my organization?
  • Save time updating dictionaries with automatic updates

  • Make mobile documentation fast, easy, and clinically accurate at the point of care

  • Avoid terminology searches of outdated concepts with improved dictionary maintenance

  • Proactively synchronize local dictionaries with clinical quality measure inputs