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How to Manage Your Practice Data When You Go On Leave or Retire

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How should you manage your practice data when you are preparing to go on leave or are retiring from private practice? Storing Records – 10 years+ Whether you’re reaching the end of your career or you just need time off, you have to be prepared to manage your data in accordance with PHIPA guidelines. Record retention in Canada is ten ...

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Top 7 strategies for practice success in 2018!

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Would you like to run a more successful, effective practice this new year? Here are seven proven strategies that will help improve your private practice in 2018: 1. Treat Time As a Valuable Commodity The best strategy you can implement this new year is to make time management a priority. Remember that time truly is a commodity. In fact, it’s ...

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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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NEW: Non-Session Notes

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Our Non-Session Notes upgrade is here! Unifying your client record is one of the most important things to consider when moving your practice to a digital solution. If you are a paperless practice, or concerned with compliance, storing all interactions and documentation for a client in Owl is the best way to ensure the security of your clients’ personal health ...

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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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