Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 22, 2014
Three hospitals on the recent US News and World Report Top Hospitals Honor Roll for 2014-15 choose Discharge 1-2-3® in their Emergency Departments. Johns Hopkins, Cleveland Clinic, and Barnes-Jewish provide Discharge 1-2-3®’s discharge instructions and patient education in their electronic medical record (EMR), regardless of what EMR system they use.
“Discharge 1-2-3® congratulates Johns Hopkins, Cleveland Clinic, and Barnes Jewish for once again being recognized on the Honor Roll of top hospitals. These are very demanding institutions, and we’re honored that they’ve placed their trust in our discharge instructions,” said Dr. Chris Galassi, CEO and Product Director of Discharge 1-2-3 – Callibra, Inc.
Hospitals give their patients discharge instructions in order to fully inform them about their diagnoses and the care they received, educate them about their illness, and provide clear guidelines for continued care at home, including, most importantly, when to seek further medical attention. The challenge is to efficiently create instructions that are based on the latest medical evidence, are customized for each patient’s specific condition, are easy to understand, and automatically become part of the patient’s EMR.
Headquartered in Schaumburg, IL, Discharge 1-2-3 - Callibra, Inc. is a Patient Document Technology Company and won the Chicago Innovation Award for its software in 2011. Discharge 1-2-3® makes it fast and easy for clinicians to provide custom discharge instructions and patient education in multiple languages for emergency department, inpatient, and ambulatory settings. Fully integrated or interfaced into all major EMR systems, such as Epic, Allscripts, Meditech, Picis, and others, Discharge 1-2-3® solutions are used in hundreds of hospitals for tens of millions of patient discharges annually. http://www.discharge123.com/