Valentia presents new cloud-based practice management system, indici, at National Rural Health Conference in Wellington
April 2, 2017

Valentia Technologies’ cloud-based practice management system indici was an object of keen interest at the National Rural Health Conference in Wellington, with many visitors stopping by Valentia’s stand to talk about the solution that is currently pushing the envelope within New Zealand’s primary care spectrum.

Developed in collaboration with Pinnacle Midlands Health Network, indici is New Zealand’s first 100% cloud-based practice management system. This is a hugely significant innovation in the New Zealand healthcare system which, despite being one of the best in the world, is hampered by issues associated with the fragmentation of patient information.

With indici, each patient has one central record that follows them when they move between services and can be accessed and updated by all healthcare professionals who become part of that patient’s treatment journey. The record is presented as a fully searchable, longitudinal timeline which updates in real-time at the point of every new interaction, so that everyone who treats the patient (be they the patient’s GP, dietician, physiotherapist, etc.) always has the information they need at their fingertips. indici’s extensive range of features also includes:

  • E-Referrals and Claims
  • E-prescribing and electronic lab orders
  • Full integration with the New Zealand Formulary for medicine information and guidance
  • SNOMED coded diagnoses
  • Invoicing and billing module
  • Appointment booking and management module
  • Native reporting engine and integrated query builder
  • Embedded audit trail facilities

In addition, a fully integrated patient portal My indici is available to patients as both a desktop application and mobile App, enabling them to carry out activities such as messaging their healthcare professional, booking appointments, requesting repeat prescriptions, and accessing their test results.

Speaking after the conference, Valentia’s President – Technology Dr. Ahmed Javad stated, “The enthusiastic response given to indici by doctors, nurses and practice managers alikeis yet another indicator that when it comes to patient management systems in New Zealand there is a palpable need and desire for something new, something that goes further to meet the expectations of both healthcare professionals and their patients. By leveraging the extensive opportunities presented by modern, cloud-based technologies, indici goes a great deal further, and we are very proud and excited to be establishing it within New Zealand’s primary care system.”