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Go Green With Owl Practice

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Do you know how long our society has been discussing the paperless office? Believe it or not, we’ve been talking about it for over 40 years now! In 1975, a Business Week article suggested that personal computers would eventually lead to the end of paper documents in the office. Oh, how people laughed and laughed at the very thought! They ...

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Planning for Emergencies – Smart Practice Planning for Accidents and Emergencies

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What will happen to your practice if you’re no longer capable of working? This is a situation that anyone in the field of mental health, medicine, and many other professional services must plan for as part of the operation of a private practice. Whether you’re a therapist, psychologist, or social worker, someone has to be responsible for your files and ...

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Secure Web Browsing: 5 Smart Safety Tips for Therapists Online

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What Can You Do to Make Your Time on the Web as Secure as Possible? What are the security measures you can take to protect yourself and your clients’ confidential information on the internet? First, find a provider you trust. Owl Practice eliminates the risk of storing your client information online by taking every step possible to protect your data. ...

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How Therapists Save Time & Money with a Practice Management Solution

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Do you want to save more time and money in your business? Who doesn’t! This is the season when many savvy business owners are reflecting on their expenses for the year, analyzing ways they can save, and making plans for the coming year. One of the easiest ways to save more time and money is with an efficient practice management ...

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The Ins & Outs of Bringing Your Clients With You When You Move to a Group Practice

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Throughout the course of your career as a therapist, you may move in and out of practice relationships, from working autonomously, to collectively as part of a group practice, then back to working alone again. There’s a natural ebb and flow to the career paths of most therapists, but many Owl users wonder: what’s the best way to manage client ...

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