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Emmi® Programs

What are Emmi programs?

Emmi programs are online tools that take complex medical information and make it simple and easy to understand. Emmi programs are for both adults and children. The programs can help you prepare for an upcoming procedure or manage your chronic condition.

You may have questions that you think are not relevant. You may have forgotten your questions at your last appointment. Emmi programs are designed to answer important but often unasked questions.

How Does it Work?

You can view your Emmi program in the comfort of your own home or anywhere that has Internet access. You can share Emmi with friends or family members.

Each Emmi program takes about 20 minutes to watch. You can view them as many times as you like. As you watch the program, you can also write notes and questions that you can print and bring with you to your next doctor appointment.

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Get Started

Your doctor may have given you an 11-digit access code to view an Emmi program. Enter the access code to activate the program online at Emmi online.

Don't Have an Access Code?

Not all programs require a referral and access code from your health care provider. If you are interested in viewing a program on patient safety, how to provide a good medication history, or a chronic condition such as diabetes, asthma, or hypertension, click here to self-register and get started right away. You may need to ask your doctor which program is right for you.

Having Anesthesia?

Even if you have had a procedure before, you may still have questions about anesthesia. Many people do. Before your next procedure, you can register to view a program on anesthesia.

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