Intermountain Innovations: Enterprise Services is our integration arm that focuses on supporting new enterprises and direct sales for Intermountain products and services.

Intermountain Precision Genomics

Intermountain has an in-house laboratory, Precision Genomics, that analyzes the DNA and genetic makeup of a patient's cancer tumor. Precision Genomics uses genetic mapping to develop personalized treatment options for cancer patients.
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Intermountain Mental Health Integration

The goal of Intermountain's mental health integration approach is to treat the whole person – helping people with their mental needs as we serve them medically. Our successful treatment models are now utilized in clinics all across the nation, so more people are healthier both physically and mentally.
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Intermountain Risk Scores

Intermountain Risk Scores are a set of clinical decision tools that predict multiple types of patient risk, including hospital readmission, mortality, and the onset of serious medical conditions.
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Rehab Outcomes Management System

Intermountain ROMS® (Rehab Outcomes Management System) is a web-based outcomes tracking and analytics tool that provides your physical therapists with the information and data they need to make better, more personalized decisions.


GermWatch works with the Utah Department of Health, the University of Utah Health Care system, and other organizations and caregivers to monitor illnesses in our communities. With these insights, caregivers are able to diagnose and treat infections appropriately. 



Healthbox: Accelerator and Foundry Programs

Intermountain Foundry supports employee innovation by providing a structured framework that turns employee ideas and near-market concepts into commercial businesses. Using proprietary, market-tested Healthbox curriculum, the Foundry works to help employee inventors, innovators, and entrepreneurs determine the commercial viability of their business concepts, and then scale them throughout Intermountain and the broader healthcare industry.

Through a structured eight-week process, employee innovators refine their business concept, validate the market opportunity, identify product development or service needs, and develop a plan for growth including go-to-market strategy and funding needs. Employees also have the opportunity to seek investment following a rigorous planning process.

Salt Lake City Healthbox Accelerator: Intermountain Healthcare and Healthbox have announced the launch of their unique healthcare innovation and venture model that harnesses internal creativity and external disruption. While the physical structure for this endeavor is being developed in Salt Lake City, adjacent to the system’s flagship medical center, the Innovation at Intermountain initiative is already stimulating collaboration between inventors, entrepreneurs, and healthcare industry experts alike to improve quality and service while making care more affordable.

The Accelerator program has selected 10 early-stage companies to participate in the inaugural Salt Lake City Healthbox Accelerator. Each of the 10 startup companies – nine from Utah and one from Massachusetts – has been offered an initial seed investment of $50,000 from Healthbox, and is participating in the three-month business accelerator in Salt Lake City. They will have unique access to Healthbox partners and a network of global experts supporting their growth in a complicated healthcare system.

In addition to announcing the 10 startups in the Salt Lake City Healthbox accelerator, Healthbox also revealed that it has set aside an additional $300,000 for potential new investments in one or more of the 10 companies participating in this initial Utah-based cohort.