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Gartner® Report Quick Answer: What to Look for in an Enterprise Master Patient Index Solution

An EMPI is crucial to health information exchange. Learn the 5 key factors CIOs should consider when evaluating an EMPI.

With patient data stored in many disparate systems across the healthcare ecosystem, getting a consolidated, complete view of a patient is complicated. Enterprise Master Person Index (EMPI) systems can help you overcome the challenges of bringing together patient data from different systems and sites of care.

According to Gartner® “EMPIs are crucial tools for reconciling patient identity and addressing medical record matching challenges needed for high-quality healthcare delivery and health information exchange. Healthcare provider CIOs should use this research to examine the key factors necessary for an EMPI system’s success.”1

To see the research and learn the five key factors necessary for an EMPI system’s success, access this complimentary report from Gartner®.

1.Gartner, Quick Answer: What to Look for in an Enterprise Master Patient Index Solution, Pooja Singh, Barry Runyon, 8 April 2022

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