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NEW: Notes Signatures

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We’re launching a new Notes Signatures feature later tonight and wanted to let you know you’ll see it starting tomorrow morning in Owl. Now once you’ve completed an Owl Note, you can “sign” the note digitally! Here’s how you set up your signature and start signing your notes: UPLOAD YOUR SIGNATURE – Take a picture of your signature, and upload it into your therapist ...

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NEW: Non-calendar Charges & More

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We're launching some new features for Owl later tonight that we wanted to share with you.   Here's what's new and improved: NON-CALENDAR CHARGES – From time to time in your practice, you may want to bill for things that aren't connected to your calendar (e.g. Report Writing).  Now you can!  Add these charges from the "Other Charges" tab in ...

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Making your accountant happy

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People often ask us if Owl Practice integrates with accounting software like QuickBooks.  This is an important question, and one we’re happy to answer:   Yes, Owl Practice integrates easily with commonly used accounting programs Therapists are not typically former accountants (though I have met some!), so I thought I’d share some perspective on how to make accounting work for ...

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NEW: Account Summary & Notes Auto-save

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Here’s what’s new and improved on Owl Practice this week: ACCOUNT SUMMARY – You can now create an Account Summary for clients!  These look much like Owl invoices, but capture all charges and payments between the specific dates you choose.  To create an account summary, head to a client’s profile, then click on the Account Summary selection in the Action Menu item ...

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Practice technology and your consent form

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I don’t need to tell you that consent forms are a necessary part of private practice life. Whether referencing your treatment approach, privacy policy, limits of confidentiality, fee schedule, or payment terms, being clear and forthright with your clients at the outset of the therapeutic relationship is critical. Elements that merit inclusion in your consent document, but are often overlooked ...

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