A conventional MPI: The gift that keeps on giving

Nick Orser

Nick Orser, Product Marketing Manager

A conventional MPI: The gift that keeps on giving

To be sung to the tune of “The Twelve Days of Christmas”

On the first day of Christmas my MPI gave me
A patient record that was incomplete

On the second day of Christmas my MPI gave me
Two Duplicates
And a patient record that was incomplete

On the third day of Christmas my MPI gave me
Three Denied Claims
Two Duplicates
And a patient record that was incomplete

On the fourth day of Christmas my MPI gave me
Four Delayed Treatments
Three Denied Claims
Two Duplicates
And a patient record that was incomplete

On the fifth day of Christmas my MPI gave me
Fine Tuning
Four Delayed Treatments
Three Denied Claims
Two Duplicates
And a patient record that was incomplete

On the sixth day of Christmas my MPI gave me
Six Months to Upgrade
Fine Tuning
Four Delayed Treatments
Three Denied Claims
Two Duplicates
And a patient record that was incomplete

On the seventh day of Christmas my MPI gave me
Seven Data Cleanups
Six Months to Upgrade
Fine Tuning
Four Delayed Treatments
Three Denied Claims
Two Duplicates
And a patient record that was incomplete

On the eighth day of Christmas my MPI gave me
Eight Redundant Tests
Seven Data Cleanups
Six Months to Upgrade
Fine Tuning
Four Delayed Treatments
Three Denied Claims
Two Duplicates
And a patient record that was incomplete

On the ninth day of Christmas my MPI gave me
Nine IT Staff a-Operating
Eight Redundant Tests
Seven Data Cleanups
Six Months to Upgrade
Fine Tuning
Four Delayed Treatments
Three Denied Claims
Two Duplicates
And a patient record that was incomplete

On the tenth day of Christmas my MPI gave me
Ten Stewards a-Stewarding
Nine IT Staff a-Operating
Eight Redundant Tests
Seven Data Cleanups
Six Months to Upgrade
Fine Tuning
Four Delayed Treatments
Three Denied Claims
Two Duplicates
And a patient record that was incomplete

On the eleventh day of Christmas my MPI gave me
Eleven Patients a-Complaining
Ten Stewards a-Stewarding
Nine IT Staff a-Operating
Eight Redundant Tests
Seven Data Cleanups
Six Months to Upgrade
Fine Tuning
Four Delayed Treatments
Three Denied Claims
Two Duplicates
And a patient record that was incomplete

On the twelfth day of Christmas my MPI gave me
Twelve Health Information Managers a-Managing
Eleven Patients a-Complaining
Ten Stewards a-Stewarding
Nine IT Staff a-Operating
Eight Redundant Tests
Seven Data Cleanups
Six Months to Upgrade
Fine Tuning
Four Delayed Treatments
Three Denied Claims
Two Duplicates
And a patient record that was incomplete


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