Press Release: Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center Partners with CipherHealth to Introduce New Patient Discharge Solution

NEW YORK, June 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Nationally recognized full-service teaching hospital Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Centerannounced today it is among the first hospitals in the state to comply with the New York State Public Health law Act mandating that hospitals provide recorded discharge instructions to blind and visually impaired patients who request it with a permanent, sustainable solution. The introduction of the new law enabled Kingsbrook to enhance its discharge procedures for all patients with the launch of Echo, created by CipherHealth, a leading provider of innovations and technologies designed to help healthcare providers improve the quality of patient care.

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