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Create care plans in your Clinical workflow

Quick, easy and effective care plans can be produced within moments, using Smart Care.

Support more patients

Smart Care makes it easy to set up, populate and review care plans, while promoting compliance with Medicare. Customise templates to suit the needs of your practice and start empowering even more patients to monitor and manage their health.


Easy to use

An intuitive and modern interface is fully integrated into MedicalDirector Clinical, making it simple for you to create, review and track care plans.

Easy to Administer

Track thousands of patient care plans quickly and easily with a birds eye view of care plan progress reporting. Never worry about management of patients and their care plans again.

Saves time 

Customisable templates allow you to tailor multiple plan types, autofill from patient records, and manage revenue, reducing data entry time and reporting burden.

Reduces risk

Automatically updated care plan templates are based on leading industry standards, ensuring up-to-the-minute best practice.

Powerful care plans, made easy

Care plans are crucial but that doesn’t mean they need to be time consuming and complicated. Smart Care produces polished plans to support your patients and your practice, throughout the entire healthcare journey.


Create care plans

Choose a focus area with your patient to start setting goals, tasks and metrics, assigning team members and generating referrals and documentation.

Review care plans

Record your patient’s progress, track due tasks and revise goals, while reviewing any team member correspondence, pathology and imaging results.


Track care plans

Assess upcoming, overdue, in-progress and completed care plans, and ensure the correct billing has been processed in a timely manner.

Available in MedicalDirector Clinical

  • Intuitive server-based EHR
  • Features to improve patient safety
  • Leverage built-in or custom templates
  • Prescribe with confidence

Ready to create more care plans for better health outcomes?