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Enhanced Patient Outcomes – Menu Logistics can provide reportable outcomes that can be tracked. The outcomes can provide the dietitian with feedback on their intervention and patient compliance.
Continuity of Care – Menu Logistics is able to track the patient from a nutrition screening through outpatient follow up. The clinical charting carries through all types of visits the dietitian may have with the patient in a variety of dietetic settings.
EMR Interface – Interdisciplinary Team Communication. An interface from the ordering system to Menu Logistics can provide relevant data the dietitian needs to complete an assessment and Menu Logistics can also send relevant data back so that other medical team members can receive the dietetic care plan.
Clinical Staffing Optimization – Menu Logistics can streamline dietetic data collection and charting time as duplication of entries would be reduced. No more charting in dietetic software and then also adding into the EMR for the doctor/nurse.
Standardize Practice – Digital Dietetic Practice – The software is formatted to meet current standards for dietetic practice across multiple clinical settings while allowing for unique clinical criteria in documentation…such as pediatric burns or rare disease states. The standardization can allow for clinical outcomes that can be tracked for data collection.
IDNT/eNCPT Charting Framework – The configuration of the software allows simple entry of appropriate nutrition data into the standard format as well as tick boxes for quick entry into a summarized assessment for the medical chart.
Clinical Dietetic Activities supported by Menu Logistics;
Initial Nutrition Assessment
Follow Nutrition Assessment
Nutrient Calculations (with options for multiple types of equations and methods)
Nutrient comparisons to standards (RDI, Dietary Guidelines, etc.)
Patient Education Materials (can be personalized for the patient)
Referrals between dietetic staff (cross team communications)
Nutrition Screening (including Malnutrition screening with multiple methods)
Additional documentation (supplements, snacks, progress notes, food likes, dislikes and historical data)
Menu Logistics is nutrition software that powerfully captures the ability to centralize dietetic data and integrate flexibility with visually stimulating controls to enhance the way dietitians chart!
Nutrition Software – Features and Benefits for Clinical Dietitians