What To Look For In Therapy Practice Software
Therapy Practice Software For Spending More Time With Patients
What do you look for in a software as a therapist? My guess is that you will look for a software that makes life and business easier. Something that makes it easy to focus on the task of actually practicing your craft, not something that will become it’s own full time job. This is 2013, you shouldn’t be worrying about backups and spending hours figuring out how a software works.
Why No Shows and Cancellations Can Destroy Your Practice
Don’t Let No Shows and Cancellations Destroy Your Practice
You need to think of cancellations and no shows not just as a client not showing up but as a business killer.
For every client who walks through your organization’s doors, there is a cost of acquiring that client. After they walk through your door as a client, there is a cost of meeting their needs. The way to be sustainable is to make sure the revenue from your clients covers the cost of acquiring them, as well as meeting their needs. Keep in mind that not every potential client you spend money to acquire whether through ads, or your time and resources will become a client. The goal is to ensure that enough of them become clients to cover the overall cost.
3 Reasons You Should Offer Free Initial Counseling Consultation
Why You Should Offer Free Initial Counseling
Every practice must decide at some point whether to offer an initial free consultation. Here are three reasons we’ve heard our clients give for offering a free initial consult.
Why You Should Consider Accepting Insurance In Your Practice
Should You Accept Insurance In Your Practice
First, let me clarify that I am not advocating that you must accept insurance in your private practice. That is not the point of this blog post. My point in writing this post is to give you reasons to consider when weighing whether to go the insurance route or not in your private practice.
As a company serving the mental health profession, we work with organizations of various sizes. Users of TheraNest range from non-profits, to part-time practitioners, to large, multi-location organizations. We love what they all do – great work that improves lives.
The Growing Influence of Robotics In Mental Health
Robotics and Their Growing Influence in Mental Health
In recent years, there has been an increasing use of robotics in health care. From DaVinci for surgery to robots like RP-Vita which allows remote doctor-to-patient consults, ensuring that the physician is in the right place along with immediate access to the necessary clinical information to take action. There are now hospitals and health centers with robots running around delivering medications, blood samples, meals, and linens. Robots now fill prescriptions at dispensaries and pharmacies and continually take on tasks that were once done by humans. It is obvious that the future of robotics and health-care are intertwined in a way and that will only increase with time.