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Patient Engagement. Real Results.

Emmi delivers empowered people, improved relationships and healthier populations.

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Proven Results

Not only does Emmi® deliver superior patient engagement, we’ve proven it can be a driving force in your business success. Learn how we’ve partnered with leading healthcare organizations to meet their clinical and financial objectives, while empowering people in their health.

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Our Approach

Emmi combines an intimate understanding of people and expertise in behavioral and educational science to successfully engage people to become owners of their health and wellbeing. Our technology-based solutions, expertly designed using a human-centered approach, enable you to empower people to be participants and partners in their care and improve your business performance.

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Embracing the Power of People

Today, healthcare organizations are challenged with a dynamic landscape – one that requires them to simultaneously evaluate and deploy new models of care, scalably manage the health of diverse, expanding populations and drive measurable outcomes. But, with all this change, the importance of engaging people in their health and wellbeing has remained constant.

People are the most powerful but vastly underutilized resource in healthcare.

Learn how fully engaging people can meet your business objectives.

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  • Whether a hospital, health system or healthcare payer, see how leading healthcare organizations are experiencing the power of Emmi in delivering superior patient engagement and improved outcomes.
  • "Every healthcare system across this country is really concerned with patient engagement and improving outcomes and Emmi is a powerful partner in that journey."
    Michael Anderson, MD, MBA Chief Medical Officer,
    University Hospitals
  • "Emmi saves staff time and it helps to prioritize the patients who need us the most."
    Terri Poe, DNP, RN, NE-BC Chief Nursing Officer,
    UAB Medicine