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CDC Article Shows IMO's Interface Terminology Beats Algorithms for Identifying Coronary Heart Disease with 'Nearly Perfect' Accuracy
Date:4/29/2013

tools as sensitivity and specificity when identifying disease groups is critical for achieving maximal benefit while reducing the cost and unnecessary risks of interventions. IMO interface terminology provides a significantly better result compared to standard revenue cycle coding based algorithms.

"We're pleased to see that an independent, peer-reviewed study confirms what our customers already know -- the specificity and granularity of IMO's terminology services results in the most accurate and robust solutions for all electronic health records systems. While preserving the clinical team's intent, IMO interface terminologies allow our vendor partners to comply with ICD-10, Meaningful Use and other regulatory coding requirements," says Frank Naeymi-Rad , Ph.D., Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of IMO. 

"IMO is working diligently and continuously to enhance our solutions by embedding new interface terms that have been reported to us by our user community.  As part of the commitment to support our client's compliance for ICD-10 and MU2, we are processing 30,000 unique terms each month which result in over 3,000 new interface terms.  As these terms are normalized, we appropriately map to the coding systems so that every client licensing IMO benefits," says Fred "Chip" Masarie, M.D., Chief Terminologist.

"We are seeing a true transformation in our market where the clinical teams are working to make sure that accurate terms are captured at the point of care.  The seamless capture of accurate terms not only enhances clinician's EHR experience and improves the clinician's satisfaction with their EHR, it also has a profound effect on accurate reporting and clinical rule building in the outcomes based, Accountable Care environment we are all progressing towards," says Fritz Hofheinz , M.D., Chief Medical Information Officer.  

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