SaaS Clinical Practice Management Software System Power Diary Features Launched

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An Australian-based company releases new features for their signature practice management system, allowing clinical practitioners to hold telehealth video calls using the software.

Australian-based company Power Diary launches their proprietary practice management software with an updated list of features. The SaaS platform now supports telehealth video calls and online forms to better cater to the operational needs of clinical professionals.

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Telehealth is becoming popular in different parts of the world with the challenges brought about by the global health crisis. The upgraded clinical management software allows healthcare providers to render their services virtually through its newly integrated video call feature.

Secure and compliant with health standards, the video calls come with screen sharing functionality to aid in visual presentations, while an added screen recording capability is in development. Designed to be easy to use, the system does not require clients to log in or download any program.

To streamline the intake of new clients and to facilitate securing of consent during the telehealth sessions, the software has also incorporated online form functions. Clinical professionals may opt to utilise one of Power Diary’s ready-made forms and customise it according to their needs. Text fields, multiple choice questions, images, and signatures may all be included.

The forms may be sent either via email or SMS so clients can access them online, and potentially, offsite. Once completed, the responses are automatically added to the clients’ files.

Power Diary remains a powerful tool for other administrative processes, such as appointment management, SMS and email appointment reminders, client records management, clinical notes, online bookings and payments, as well as integrated payments and invoices.

Healthcare professionals may learn more about how the practice management system can assist them at

Power Diary is currently in use by health clinics in more than 23 countries. It has proven to be beneficial to both multi-location clinics and solo practitioners, including physiotherapists, psychologists, chiropractors, counsellors, nutritionists, acupuncturists, therapists, mental health specialists, speech therapists, dietitians, and podiatrists.

Interested parties may access more information about the company and their practice management software at