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Join us Friday, September 14th for a comprehensive update on the new ICD-10-CM 2019 code updates that will be required effective October 1. Don't miss it! Register today below.
Chairman and CEO Frank Naeymi-Rad will transition from CEO to the new role of Chief Innovator and continue as Chairman. Ann Barnes is named new CEO.
Jump start your latest innovation in medical informatics by applying to participate in the 2018 AMIA Pitch IT competition! We are seeking entrepreneurs that have new applications of medical or biomedical informatics at the point of care to improve workflow, decision support, and analytics. Apply at MedStartr.com/AMIA18
National Health IT Week | October 8-12, 2018
National Health IT Week is a week of awareness, offering healthcare stakeholders an opportunity to unite under one banner, expressing the benefits that health information technology brings to U.S. healthcare.
Frank Naeymi-Rad discusses academic entrepreneurship and the IMO Journey for Harvard Clinical Informatics Lecture Series
AORN Syntegrity, Inc., and IMO create a surgical scheduling solution.
Frank Naeymi-Rad, PhD, MS, MBA, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Intelligent Medical Object’s, Inc. (IMO), will be honored by the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) with the Leadership Award to be presented at their 2017 Annual Symposium in Washington, DC, on November 4, 2017.
Tune in to see Intelligent Medical Objects featured on Worldwide Business with kathy Ireland®
Olympia, London UK - 20 April 2016 - Intelligent Medical Objects' CEO and Co-Founder, Frank Naeymi-Rad, PhD, MBA transforms the Unplugged Stage at UK e-Health Week 2016.
One of IMO's very own Board of Directors, Dr. Charles Safran, has been awarded the Morris F. Collen Award of Excellence at this year's AMIA Symposium.
New Release Adds Coverage of Enterovirus 68, Ebola Exposure, New SNOMED CT® Concepts, ICD-9-CM Code Re-Maps, Post-Coordination Workflow Improvements, Bi-Lateral Modifiers and CQM Value Sets
Pediatric hospitals face numerous challenges in a healthcare industry that is rapidly moving towards payment based on achieving quality outcomes rather than unit of service. Currently, pediatric hospitals must manage the health of a high-risk population having complex medical needs with no central data collection, no outcomes measures, and 51 different Medicaid programs attempting to define care and payment.
A recent peer-reviewed article in Preventing Chronic Disease, published by the Centers for Disease Control, demonstrates how IMO’s enhanced interface terminology service was superior to current population classification techniques using standard reimbursement coding in medical records systems and as a disease surveillance tool.
Employee first to successfully complete the Health Level Seven International inaugural HL7 Proficiency Exam