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The workbench is a standalone Clinical Nutrition Management system that integrates with any HIS or F&NS Management System. "The MenuLogistics Clinical Dietetics System is NOT intended to replace your current F&NS System"
This is a dietitian’s dream – a comprehensive single dashboard supportive of the Academy’s Nutrition Care Process, ASPEN’s Guidelines for Nutrition Focused Physical Assessment, equipped with all eNCPT terminologies. The system ensures each and every clinical nutrition documentation regulatory requirement is met and compliant. The communication between RDs and MDs is vastly improved, allowing for expedited implementation of intervention procedures for each patient. The system comes pre-built with all the essentials and is also 100% customizable to each individual hospital clinical nutrition department's needs.
The ML system communicates with the electronic medical record through HL7 and FHIR bi-driectional interfacing. This dashboard is far superior in capabilities as compared to a cutom build with interdisciplinary electronic medical records. Implementation is completed within 60-90 days.
Eliminates the need for daily manual patient screening within the clinical nutrition department. The system architecture supports automation of screening patient data that will define risk for each patient, generate a patient assessment list for each dietitian with unit assignment and organize the patient due dates by level of risk. This screening task is in real time 24/7, providing the dietitians with the most up to date assessment assignments all day, every day. As a patient status fluctuates, the assessment list will automatically update if the risk level changes based on the patient status.
Has unlimited build capability for 100% customizable clinical nutrition assessment tools. The system comes with pre-built tools ranging from Admission Screening assessments such as the MST, Follow Up Note Documentation, Varying full adult, pediatric, oncology Assessment and Reassessment tools. The tools are organized to support AND standards for documentation including ADIME (Assessment, Diagnosis, Intervention, and Monitoring/Evaluation) flow and formatting, a built in tab for NFPA backed by ASPEN’s Step-by-Step Guide to Addressing Malnutrition, the NCP (Nutrition Care Process) and comes fully loaded with all eNCPT.
Comes equipped with all Nutrition Care Process Terminologies and can map directly with SNOMED codes within varying HIS systems. With a dropdown format, the dietitians can easy follow category to subcategory to identify the most appropriate terminologies for individualized patient care and care planning completion. No limitations are used within the ML system.
Assists dietitians in monitoring, ordering and adjusting formulary & supplement orders. Hospital approved products are loaded into the system with complete nutrient profiles. Pending formulary and supplement orders are interfaced from the HIS and dietitians are able to carry out recommendations and orders through the Clinical Nutrition Workbench System, creating draft orders that can be appended back to the HIS. Standing orders are logged in the system through the interface, giving the dietitian access to manage and change any order. History of formulary and supplement orders for each patient are logged with unlimited archive reference.
Utilized for inpatient acute care management and can be implemented in any additional setting associated to the hospital system including outpatient, dialysis centers, community health centers & home care settings. Essentially, the system is built to support transition of care and ensure population health efforts are carried out. From admission to inpatient, transition to outpatient and discharge to community/home care, the system can be utilized to assess, intervene, follow up, provide meals and supplements and monitor vitals and labs of patients. Reducing Length of Stay & Readmissions and improving overall patient health is the goal of transitional care use for the Clinical Nutrition Workbench program.
Equipped with intake analysis logic that includes the capability to interface intake reports from varying F&NS systems, integrate directly within the Menu Management System of ML, add outside food items, combine standing supplement and formulary items into an intake report and generate exact % of intake numbers against the exact nutritional panel for each individual recipe of each individual item served to the patient. Using the USDA database codes for all items, the system links the precise nutrition panel for each. The clinician is then able to understand specifically what % is eaten from each specific item served and adds the total for each meal into the report. This eliminates the guestimate technique that takes place in 99% of hospitals today, prioritizing the outcome of actual intake vs estimated needs so that the dietitian can make the most appropriate recommendation for each individual patient.
Has unlimited space to load patient education materials within the system for RD use. Depending on the diet manual and education manual in place, the system can support hosting both as a reference and tools for printout, email or text versions to be sent directly to patients. This enables the dietitian to have every tool available without accessing additional websites/servers or worse, having to manually copy pre-printed education materials filed in binders within the department.
Eliminates the need for daily manual employee productivity tracking. Any digital task completed within the Clinical Nutrition Workbench (assessments, intake analysis, patient notes, education, etc.) is automatically captured for each dietitian and time stamped from start to finish. Any task completed outside of the system, such as breaks, rounding, meetings, CEUs, lectures, training, etc. can be digitally logged within the system and integrated into the daily productivity report of each dietitian. In addition, Clinical Nutrition Managers have the ability to run reports directly within the system for productivity; eliminating the need for manual tracking on their end.
Supports dialysis treatment care by transitioning patients between appointments with ease and automation. Dietitians can easily monitor status of patients, ensure diets are followed during, before & after treatment, make certain meals and supplements are delivered on time, as well as ensure labs and vitals are monitored and documented throughout treatments. Our client clinical reps work with your Clinical Nutrition Management team members to customize details per hospital system as it relates to the requirements for monitoring & serving patients who are receiving dialysis treatments at both inpatient and outpatient facilities.