"Discharge 1-2-3’s Arabic content is more complete and more customizable" Dr. Chris Galassi
Schaumburg, IL (PRWEB) September 17, 2015
Discharge 1-2-3® has released Arabic language content for its discharge instructions and patient education. The Arabic language content is now available for Discharge 1-2-3’s hospital clients and EMR partners, and has already been chosen by Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi for its Epic EMR system. The Arabic language content is available through either Discharge 1-2-3’s Composer® software or content libraries.
Hospitals are now able to quickly and easily create customized discharge instructions and patient education in both English and Arabic that are patient-specific and evidence-based. Because Arabic is written from right to left, instead of from left to right like English, this has been difficult to do in the past. Using Discharge 1-2-3’s patent-pending solution, clinicians can easily customize patient instructions in a foreign language even if the user doesn’t speak that foreign language. Instructions can be created in a side-by-side bilingual format that reduces barriers to communication.
“Discharge 1-2-3’s Arabic content is more complete, and more customizable, than other options for hospitals needing Arabic content for discharge instructions and patient education. Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi had many different solutions to choose between, and we’re very pleased they selected Discharge 1-2-3,” said Dr. Chris Galassi, CEO and Product Director of Discharge 1-2-3 – Callibra, Inc.
Headquartered in Schaumburg, IL, Discharge 1-2-3 - Callibra, Inc. is a Patient Document Technology Company that won the Chicago Innovation Award. 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/