EDIMS Incorporates Callibra’s Discharge 1-2-3 into EHR to Automate Emergency Department Discharge Process

Computerized Discharge Instructions to Enhance Value of EDIMS’ ED EHR and Help Hospitals Achieve Higher Quality and Efficiency

LIVINGSTON, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- EDIMS LLC, a leading provider of interoperable emergency department (ED) information management systems for hospitals, today announced a multiyear agreement to license Callibra Inc.’s Discharge 1-2-3 solution, which automates the ED discharge process, including providing patient specific instructions and prescriptions. EDIMS will incorporate Discharge 1-2-3 into its ED electronic health record (EHR) to enhance the value of its offerings by helping hospital clients further improve care delivery, patient communication and clinician efficiency.

“After evaluating three vendors, we selected Callibra’s Discharge 1-2-3 because it offers the most comprehensive, robust and flexible ED discharge solution in the market,” said Shane Hade, EDIMS’ CEO. “Its discharge instructions are written in lay language, which enhances patient-clinician communication and patient adherence to the care plan, resulting in higher quality and superior outcomes, including fewer readmissions. The easy-to-understand instructions improve ED efficiency by streamlining workflow and reducing the volume of patient calls to ED nurses and physicians, thus increasing clinician productivity, revenue and savings for hospitals.”

EDIMS also chose Callibra because Discharge 1-2-3 can be easily customized to individual physician preferences and is available in several foreign languages, including Spanish, Russian and Chinese. In fact, every title is translated into every language supported. “The agreement demonstrates our ongoing commitment to continually enhance and provide EDs with a solution that meets the needs of nurses, physicians, patients and hospitals,” continued Hade.

According to Christopher Galassi, MD, CEO and technical director at Callibra, “We are pleased that EDIMS has selected our application to enable its ED clients to positively affect the quality and safety of care, clinician efficiency and patient experience. We look forward to partnering with EDIMS to assist hospitals in addressing their business needs and empowering patients to take better care of themselves at home.”

About Callibra Inc.

Based in Schaumburg, Ill., Callibra, Inc. is a medical software company that offers Discharge 1-2-3, a discharge and prescription automation solution that offers the most rigorously prepared emergency medicine-specific content of its kind. It is widely used by emergency departments, hospitals, urgent care, and clinics across the country. For more information, visit www.discharge123.com/.

About EDIMS LLC

For over 20 years, EDIMS LLC has been improving emergency department (ED) operations through its interoperable ED information management systems. Its electronic health record (EHR) solutions, designed to support clinicians’ workflow and provide superior clinical decision support, are being used at hospitals and long-term care facilities nationwide. EDIMS’ ability to deliver comprehensive order entry, real-time charge capture, and to fully document ED patient encounters helps EDs improve reimbursement and enhance patient care while reducing the amount of time and effort involved in documentation and billing. For more information, visit http://www.EDIMS.net.



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Amendola Communications for EDIMS LLC
Lindsey Karberg, 480-664-8412 ext. 13
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