What's new in Helix
Send scanned/imported documents to Practitioner's inbox
Helix now allows you to Scan/import results directly into the practitioner’s inbox for increased flexibility when processing paper-based correspondence
Improved display of various visual elements
We've updated the colours of the Prescription panel for clarity as well as improved the visual representation of a number of features including The Exclude OTC Products button, Immunisation health summary and flagging ‘unrecognised’ tests in a more impactful way.
Clearer identification of products/services
Improved the visual clarity of the Products and services provided by your centre which are now identified with the abbreviation "CTR" throughout Helix
Added nutritional information to the Letter Writer.
Additional data from the nutrition and physical activity modules is now available in Letter Writer.
Helix is always up to date
With powerful servers operating off-premise, we take care of any regular software update roll-outs, including security updates, freeing your time to focus on what matters most, delivering quality care to patients.
Functionality to create pathology favourites & groups
Enables clinicians to create personalised groups of pathology tests and mark commonly used tests as favourites. This will save time requesting pathology tests.
Further flexibility in letter writer
Allowing further customisation options on individual letters to suit clinician’s needs.
Screen resolution optimisation
This will ensure Helix looks just as good when used on smaller screens.
Easyclaim integration with Tyro
Allows patients to receive a rebate instantaneously from Medicare for fully paid patient claims.
Integration with Australia’s leading and largest pathology labs
Receive secure pathology results from Sonic Pathology / Imaging. Reduces manual processing of pathology from these labs.
High-risk alerts with SafeScript (Victoria only)
Provides clinicians alerts whenever a high-risk medication is being prescribed to a patient. Allows clinicians to make safer decisions when prescribing monitored drugs to a patient. Initially rolled out to Western Victoria PHN.