Content Document Libraries – Features and Requirements

Professionally Written

Discharge 1-2-3® content is written and reviewed by clinicians for clinicians. Board-certified physicians practicing in their respective specialties from leading teaching institutions and private hospitals write Discharge 1-2-3’s content. Our documents are fully reviewed medically and legally to provide the quality and legal protections hospitals need and expect. All content is evidence-based and patient-specific, improving quality of care and reducing risks.

Concise, Clear, Accurate

Our clinical content libraries are extensive, with more than 2,000 documents in the Emergency Medicine library alone. We recognize the need to balance completeness with brevity, encouraging patients to read the material carefully. Documents are rigorously edited, using an approach developed with Johns Hopkins, to read at a 5th-6th grade level. Content is available in multiple languages, including English, Spanish, Chinese, French, Vietnamese, and Russian. Foreign language documents are translated by native-speaking specialists.


We review, revise, and update Discharge 1-2-3 libraries regularly to make sure you have the latest up-to-date documents. Our clinical content updates, including new instructions, additions, and modifications, are provided on an ongoing basis.