The process of discharge from hospitals is not adequately addressing the needs of patients. Discharge nurses/doctors have insufficient time and resources to provide a detailed personalized care plan to each patient. Beds are at a premium and getting the patient discharged is the priority. Thus, a patient arrives home unsure what they were told and what they should do. Patients are often left unprepared at discharge. Many patients do not understand their discharge medications and cannot recall their chief diagnosis. About half of adults experience a medical error after hospital discharge, and 19%- 23% suffer an adverse event, There is a significant cost to healthcare worldwide for these avoidable readmissions and also the personal cost to the patient.