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NEW: Notes Templates

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Our new Notes Templates feature is here!  With it, you can create customized note templates that you use for routine note-taking.  If you’ve got a specific format of headings or sections you routinely use when creating notes, you can now set that up once and have access to it whenever you’re completing a new session note. To use Notes Templates, there are ...

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NEW: Document Uploads

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  Wouldn’t it be nice to store all your practice documents securely, digitally, and have them backed up and accessible whenever you need them? Owl Document Uploads is here! Since we launched Owl Practice over a year ago, we’ve wanted to solve the filing cabinet problem.  We’re very happy to announce that our new Document Uploads feature is here and ready to help you do ...

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Getting rid of your filing cabinet

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Secure document storage is a personal bugaboo for me. In addition to running Owl Practice, I help my partner in life manage a growing psychology practice. I vividly remember the day the declaration came from our practice administrator, “We need another filing cabinet.” There have been many memorable moments on our journey in private practice together, but this one stands out for ...

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NEW: Personal Appointments

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We’ve just released our Personal Appointments feature!  With this new feature, you can set up non-client appointments in Owl to help keep your practice life in order. HOW TO SET UP A PERSONAL APPOINTMENT Now, when you set up an appointment in Owl, you’ll see a new field named EVENT TYPE.  By default it is set to “Client” so you can set ...

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Optimizing your practice workflow

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  Behind every successful private practice is a set of well thought out processes that make common practice tasks easier, more accurate, and faster.  Many practices, however, have one or more broken processes that prevent them from being as efficient as they could. Here are a couple of examples I’ve heard that highlight the symptoms of a broken (or entirely missing) ...

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