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Tracking practice performance & profitability

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As with any business that hopes to be profitable and grow, it’s critical that you track the performance of your practice over time. But what should you be measuring, and how can you do this in your practice every day? Key Performance Metrics & Why You Should Track Them There are six key practice metrics that are most important to ...

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NEW: Group Edition for Multi-Clinician Practices!

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Running a group practice is challenging work that requires organization, streamlined processes, and easily accessible records.  I know from first-hand experience helping my partner grow her psychology practice from a small, part-time endeavour into a thriving multi-clinician practice. Based on the overwhelming response we’ve had to our first product, Owl Practice Solo Edition, we’ve now launched a new Group Edition.  In addition ...

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NEW: Design Update & Auto-Invoicing

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This weekend we will be launching a new design and some new features for Owl Practice! When you log in on Monday morning, you’ll notice some visual updates to the Owl experience. We hope you like the new design! In addition, we’ve worked on some new features, based on your feedback, to help make Owl better. WHAT’S NEW AND UPDATED ...

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Managing your annual fee change

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Raising your fees periodically is an essential part of running a viable private practice. However, the answer I often get to the question, “When was the last time you raised your fees?” is a hesitant “I don’t remember” or “a while ago…“.   Private practitioners know this is something they’ve got to do, but they often dread the process and fear sharing ...

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Tips For Practice Success in 2015!

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In the course of managing Owl Practice, I come in contact with hundreds of therapists and practices across Canada.  I often start these conversations by asking, “How do you manage your practice today?“ A typical answer (after “sigh…”) is a patchwork quilt that includes elements like handwritten invoices (some with carbon copies!), the Excel-Word duo, filing cabinets, and progress notes on USB drives.   Often, these therapists are reaching out ...

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