Published: Fri, August 04, 2017
World | By Lorena Waters

IMO Problem (IT) Terminology 2015 Regulatory 1 Release Now Available | IMO Intelligent Medical Objects, Inc.

The ICD-10-CM packaging for the latest release of IMO Problem (IT) Terminology is now available. In this release, we have made a significant number of adjustments to improve the user experience. IMO is working hard to make clinical documents as easy as possible for clinicians because we place a great deal of importance on capturing and preserving true clinical intent. Frank Naeymi-Rd, PhD, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of IMO said: IMO is committed to delivering important updates as shown by the addition of terms related to Enterovirus 68 and Exposure to Ebola. The ability of IMO to provide critical, "just-in-time" updates shows why it is so important for our channel partners and clients to take advantage of our real-time terminology services. "He added:" it should also be noted that IMO issues 10 releases annually for IMO Problem (IT), ensuring that the most current terms and maps are always available. "Here are a few highlights:
SNOMED Editions
There Are over 110 new SNOMED-CT ™ concepts now covered. The release corresponds to SNOMED ™ International Edition 2014 July release and US Edition 2014 March release.
Enterovirus 68
In recent weeks, a large number of patients in many regions of the United States have been diagnosed with illness, particularly respiratory illness, due to enterovirus 68. In order to allow ICD-10-CM Regulatory 1 packaging and in R1.1 release for both ICD-9-CM and ICD-10-CM. ICD-10-CM support, as follows:

  • infection due to enterovirus 68

ICD-9-CM code remaps from IMO hyperprecoordinated (HPC) terms
Our review and adjustment of ICD-9-CM from "specific" terms is scheduled to be finalized by 2015 R1 .3. In this Regulatory release, a full review has been completed on the primary and secondary mappings in these areas:

Asthma Diabetes

Post-coordination workflow improvement

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Further remodeling adjustments and enhancements, such as new partially-coordinated terms, have been made to improve post-coordination workflows. These partially-coordinated terms will allow a user to start navigating in the workflow at an intermediate term and arrive at a diagnosis with a billable ICD-10-CM code instead of always having to start at the root term. Gout of knee

gout of ankle Gout of hand gout of hand gout of wrist chronic gout (1) Diabetes mellitus (1) Diabetes mellitus (1) Diabetes mellitus (1) Diabetes mellitus (1) Diabetes mellitus (1) maxillary Sinusitis pansinusitis acute sinusitis chronic sinusitis

Removal of mappings to "limited status" SNOMED CT concepts - Due to changes in SNOMED-CT ™ International designations of "active" concepts with RF2 format, IMO has removed all mappings to "Limited status" SNOMED-CT ™ concepts. IMO's previous SNOMED ™ mapping policies did not allow "preferred primary" mappings to these codes, this removal only affects secondary "non-preferred" mappings, thus we expect little impact to implementations leveraging IMO's SNOMED ™ maps. CQM value sets
IMO Problem (IT) Terminology reflects full "same as" conceptual coverage for all active SNOMED ™ problem / diagnosis / finding codes included in the April update of the CQM Value Sets. As with all IMO mappings to SNOMED ™, these particular mappings can be seen in the ICD9_SNOMEDCT_IMO and ICD10_SNOMEDCT_US_IMO tables.
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