Tuesday, 16 January 2018

ClinicTracker EHR Announces New Built-in Telehealth Service for Mental Health and Substance Abuse Agencies

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ClinicTracker announces their new Telehealth Service that gives providers a convenient method for interacting with patients remotely using an internet-connected desktop, laptop, or other mobile device equipped with a webcam. ClinicTracker makes it simple to set up appointments, conduct sessions, access recordings, and keep records – all within ClinicTracker’s user-friendly environment.

Telehealth has become a major force in behavioral healthcare. Now providers can broaden their market, increase patient access to care, serve remote areas, boost patient satisfaction, and reduce no-show rates.

But few EHRs are equipped to handle the special challenges of scheduling appointments across time zones, integrating videoconferencing functionality, and meeting verification requirements. ClinicTracker’s Telehealth Service has it all – and more.

“We pride ourselves on having developed a system that can always be at the forefront of trends and advancements in behavioral healthcare," said Joshua Gordon, president of ClinicTracker. “Our customers know that whatever comes down the road by way of modifications in regulations, treatment options, or billing, we’ve got their back. They never have to worry that their EHR will hold them back from embracing change.”

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About ClinicTracker

ClinicTracker is a robust, future-proof mental health and substance abuse EHR. Michael Gordon, a respected clinical psychologist, and Joshua Gordon, an award-winning software engineer, founded the company in 2000. ClinicTracker EHRs powerful software empowers your agency to succeed. ClinicTracker will automate many of your clinic routines, boost staff productivity, increase billing efficiency, and provide the tools you need to manage your clinic effectively. While mental health and substance abuse agencies are our main focus, our software is compatible with foster care agencies, social services, equine assisted therapy, university clinics, academic counseling, family counseling services, and eating disorder clinics.

 

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