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The Discharge Paperwork Conundrum, Part 2

Matthew DeLaney, MD, Mizuho Morrison, DO, and Mike Weinstock, MD
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Three elements that should be present in all discharge instructions are follow-up (who and what time period), return instructions and a discussion about prescriptions.

Patients often do not understand pre-printed discharge instructions and studies have not shown benefit.When you discharge a patient from the UC, you need to provide and document verbal discharge instructions.

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