Enterprise Master Patient Index (eMPI)
Creating the Golden Record
When you need a single source of truth for patient data, you need an Enterprise Master Patient Index.
The Enterprise Master Patient Index, or eMPI, is a database that brings together patient information from these disparate systems and settings. This Golden Record of patient data improves care quality, reduces costs and enhances patient satisfaction.
What could your organization do with the Interoptex eMPI solution?
A single view of your patient data means no need to go searching through all records for the possible duplicates. False positives are filtered out to focus Medical Records’ efforts.
Remain in sync as EMR and other source systems are revised.
Data decisioning, at the field level, keeps systems in sync and ensures the best quality data takes precedence according to your protocols.
Repopulate key data points from your patient’s Golden Record back to ancillary systems, including EMRs and Practice Management software.
Identify workflow gaps
Reporting and analytics reveals opportunities for process improvements and training needs.
Customizable, AI-Driven Matching
Leverage our proprietary blend of strict and fuzzy matching algorithms that incorporate powerful AI models to ensure your patient matching success rate is better than 99%.
Duplicate patient records and missing patient information are the unfortunate byproducts of the multiple systems your organization needs to serve its patients and providers. Everything from your own Electronic Medical Records, Electronic Health Records and patient registration systems, plus IDNs, ACOs and healthcare payers — all bring their own patient data and IDs into your healthcare system.
“Our patient duplicate rate was well over 1%, which was causing billing, revenue and patient care issues. The Interoptex ease of implementation made their eMPI solution an easy choice for us.”
The patient matching functionality built into your EMR or PMS just isn’t enough to stand up to today’s complex data exchange environment. It’s no wonder an AHIMA member survey reported in 2016 that over 50% of HIM professionals “routinely work on mitigating possible patient record duplicates at their facility.” Even still, the industry averages a patient duplicate rate of 8-12% — far above the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT’s (ONC) target duplicate rate of 0.5%.
Interested, but skeptical?
Give us your data and four weeks. At the end of our four week trial we’ll show you a full report on all duplicates and potential duplicates within your systems, free of charge.
It’s more personal than you think. Last May, Karen DeSalvo, MD, and former ONC chief argued that many interoperability discussions fail to consider an important party: the patient. EHRs have the ability to save lives, allowing providers access to crucial information...