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FAQ: Owl's Clinical Measures Feature

FAQ: Owl’s Clinical Measures Feature

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Have you tried our new Clinical Measures feature yet? We strive every day to make it easier for you to run your practice. While Owl Practice started as one of the most fully-featured practice management systems available, we’re continuing to get even better! One feature we’ve recently added to the Premium version of Owl has become a hit among our ...

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How to Improve Your Digital Compliance with Owl

How to Improve Your Digital Compliance with Owl

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As a mental health professional, do you have security on your mind? If you run your own mental health practice, then digital security needs to be a significant focus of your business. Every day, your clients are sharing the details of their private lives and mental health with you, and all of that information goes directly into your clinical notes. ...

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2019 Business Trends Report

2019 Business Trends Report

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Have you downloaded our annual report on the Private Practice mental health industry in Canada? We work with thousands of mental health clinics and practices across the country and have accumulated a tremendous amount of data about the mental health industry. We’ve taken all of that data about sessions, payments, and clinical note trends and compiled it into a detailed ...

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Preparing Your Private Practice for Tax Season

Preparing Your Private Practice for Tax Season

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Have you started doing your taxes yet? While some would say that February (or even March) is still a bit early to get all your taxes in order, we say that a little work now can save you a lot of headaches later! Most consider tax time to be one of the most stressful times of the year, both for ...

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How to Avoid Missed Sessions & No Shows

How to Avoid Missed Sessions & No Shows

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Do you ever get that sinking feeling that a client is going to be a no-show? It’s 2:59 PM, and they aren’t there yet for their 3 PM appointment. That’s okay, you might think, the subway could have been late. Ten minutes later, your subway theory is looking a lot less likely. Fifteen minutes later, without so much as a ...

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