IDNT Online rebrands as Kalix

The developers of the IDNT Online clinical management solution for dietitians have rebranded the system as Kalix, giving the cloud-based software a new look and feel but retaining its current features.

Designed by clinical dietitian Claire Nichols and software engineer Felix Jorkowski from FC Dietetic Software Solutions, Kalix allows dietitians to write electronic client reports using the International Dietetic and Nutrition Terminology (IDNT), a standardised language used to support the international Nutrition Care Process (NCP) model.

The company said all current data, information and settings will stay the same, but it has made a few changes to the site layout to streamline workflow within Kalix.

Kalix works on PCs, Macs, tablets and mobile devices and offers calendars and scheduling, simplified billing and payments, configurable report templates, secure document management and appointment and invoice reminders.

Specifically for dietitians and nutritionists, it also allows users to do documentation for the NCP, keyword search functionality to look up IDNT terms, and to do electronic notes with assessment, diagnosis, intervention, monitoring and evaluation (ADIME) format options.

FC Software plans to add further functionality to Kalix, including a client progress function, inbuilt statistical analysis of clinical data, integrations with nutrition and health apps, and integration with EFTPOS, health fund and Medicare payments and claiming solutions.

Kalix is hosted on a HIPAA-compliant cloud with all data encrypted.

Posted in Allied Health

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