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Care Transitions

Engaging patients beyond the acute setting and well into recovery is critical to reducing complications, avoiding readmission and understanding the patient recovery progress.  People need to be consistently engaged throughout a care transition in order to have the confidence and ability to successfully manage their health at home.  

Many hospitals and health systems are challenged to scalably reach their discharged populations, manage their recovery, motivate and support behavior change and avoid preventable readmissions. In today's healthcare environment, where resources are already stretched thin, it is difficult to reach and stay in touch with everyone.  

Emmi can help.


Deliver a consistent, credible and effective message at multiple touch points throughout the care continuum to improve understanding, help patients become more active partners in their care and reduce consult time.


Every Emmi® program is designed with a deep understanding of people and what motivates them, allowing your outreach to be more meaningful and motivating people to take action. Caregivers are also essential, and Emmi can help by including them in the conversation and providing them with the tools and information they need.


Emmi® programs and calls can help you extend your reach by providing ongoing information to help patients better manage their health, while enabling you to monitor their progress. You’ll be alerted when patients need follow-up, so you can direct your limited staff resources to the patients who need it most.

  • "We believe in engaging patients to monitor and keep track of how they're doing once they leave the hospital, and Emmi helps us do that in ways that we weren't able to do before."
    Benjamin Taylor, MD, MPH SVP Clinical Effectiveness &
    Associate Chief Medical Officer,
    UAB Medicine


When hospitals and health systems engage patients to enhance the quality of care transitions, they see real clinical and financial outcomes:

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  • 76% of patients in one study reported they felt better prepared to manage their health
  • 91% of engaged patients in one study reported they weighed themselves consistently post-discharge

Here’s what we recommend

A powerful combination of online, multimedia programs and automated phone calls that scalably encourage self-management, motivate positive behavior change and recognize those at-risk for readmission to help ensure successful recoveries.

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