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How to Improve Billing Efficiency

How to Improve Billing Efficiency

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What invoicing solution do you use at your practice? Effectively running a mental health practice can be complicated. There are so many moving parts, and if a single one stops working correctly, it can result in chaos that will take days to set right. By far, one of the most critical parts of any practice is invoicing and billing. After ...

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Year-End Bookkeeping Checklist for Therapists

Year-End Bookkeeping Checklist for Therapists

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The winter rush is on its way. Are you ready? December might be the “most wonderful time of year,” but for many people, it’s also the most stressful. Not only do you need to deal with a last-minute influx of client appointments before the holiday break, but you also have to manage everything outside of your therapy practice. Buying gifts, ...

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A Look at Our Client Portal

A Look at Our Client Portal

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What does “user experience” mean to you? Consider your favourite thing about staying in a nice hotel. Often, it’s walking into an impressive lobby. The lobby of a nice hotel is designed to give you a feeling of awe and grandeur. This welcoming feeling promises that everything about your experience at the hotel will be fantastic. Online, we may not ...

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Thanksgiving: A Message to our Valued Clients

Thanksgiving: A Message to our Valued Clients

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We would like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude to the mental health professional community in Canada, and our valued Owl Practice clients. We want to express how much we appreciate the work that you do, and for entrusting Owl Practice with the critical support systems to help you operate. What is Gratitude Really? What does it really ...

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Everything You Need to Know about our Handwritten Notes

Everything You Need to Know about our Handwritten Notes

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Do you prefer taking handwritten notes in your client sessions? If you’re like most therapists, the answer is probably yes. If you take handwritten notes, you probably realize that typing the notes up afterwards isn’t a good use of your time. And saving paper notes is both a security risk and inefficient when it doesn’t link up with your modernized ...

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