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Exerting Control Over Compliance, Workflows, Tracking, and Reporting

Exerting Control Over Compliance, Workflows, Tracking, and Reporting

NOTE: This article is adapted from a Facebook Live presentation by Dr. Michael Gordon. The co-founder of ClinicTracker, Gordon is a Ph.D. clinical psychologist, veteran clinic administrator and clinical researcher, and a longtime advocate for effective, data-driven clinic management.

Helping Staff Accept an EHR/Practice Management System

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NOTE: This article is adapted from a Facebook Live presentation by Dr. Michael Gordon. The co-founder of ClinicTracker, Gordon is a Ph.D. clinical psychologist, veteran clinic administrator and clinical researcher, and a longtime advocate for effective, data-driven clinic management.

Using an EHR/Practice Management System When You Have Trainees in Your Clinic

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NOTE: This article is adapted from a Facebook Live discussion with Dr. Michael Gordon. The co-founder of ClinicTracker, Gordon is a Ph.D. clinical psychologist, veteran clinic administrator and clinical researcher, and a longtime advocate for effective, data-driven clinic management.

Part 4 of 4: How Your EHR Can Keep Clinical Staff Reasonably Content and Productive

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NOTE: This article is adapted from a Facebook Live discussion with Dr. Michael Gordon. The co-founder of ClinicTracker, Gordon is a Ph.D. clinical psychologist, veteran clinic administrator and clinical researcher, and a longtime advocate for effective, data-driven clinic management.

Part 3 of 4: How Your EHR Can Keep Clinical Staff Reasonably Content and Productive

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NOTE: This article is adapted from a Facebook Live discussion with Dr. Michael Gordon. The co-founder of ClinicTracker, Gordon is a Ph.D. clinical psychologist, veteran clinic administrator and clinical researcher, and a longtime advocate for effective, data-driven clinic management.

Part 2 of 4: How Your EHR Can Keep Clinical Staff Reasonably Content and Productive

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NOTE: This article is adapted from a Facebook Live discussion with Dr. Michael Gordon. The co-founder of ClinicTracker, Gordon is a Ph.D. clinical psychologist, veteran clinic administrator and clinical researcher, and a longtime advocate for effective, data-driven clinic management.

Part 1 of 4: How Your EHR Can Keep Clinical Staff Reasonably Content and Productive

How Your EHR Can Keep Clinical Staff Reasonably Content and Productive

The content of this article has been adapted from a Facebook Live discussion with Dr. Michael Gordon.* Like many of you, I didn’t get much training in graduate school about how to manage a clinic and handle everything from HR to creating workflows to billing to supervision to marketing – you name it. I had to figure it all out without much formal education on these matters at all. Given my background and personality, the one thing I knew for sure was that I didn’t want to make administrative decisions based on the latest fad or what felt right or what one of my staff thought was the only way to go at the moment. I wanted those decisions to be based, to the extent possible, on good data. Put another way, I wanted to fly by the seat of my data, not by the seat of my pants.

Capacity for Real-time EHR Customization

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As healthcare practices grow increasingly comfortable with, and reliant on, the many benefits of digital operations, users want to have the ability to customize their experience the way they can with other applications. An app for your favorite pizza chain, for example, lets you create a pizza with just the toppings you like. And you can tell your bank to pay your mortgage on the first of every month, your car loan on the 15th, and send 15 percent of your paycheck to a savings account in a different bank. Similarly, the most helpful EHRs offer the flexibility and ease to create forms and reports when and how you need them.

Is Your Mental Health Practice Ready For End of Year Reporting?

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The calendar has rolled over to 2019, so out with the old and in with the new, right? Not so fast. Just because office hours are back to normal and the piles of holiday treats have disappeared doesn’t mean you’ve finished your 2018 work. For behavioral healthcare practices, this time of year typically requires careful attention to year-end reports as annual insurance contracts end and compliance records and grant reports come due.

ClinicTracker EHR Update Empowers Providers to Create Customized Progress/Therapy Notes

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ClinicTracker introduces a powerful new feature to its Custom Form Builder that lets clinicians create or customize templates for progress notes.

SYRACUSE, N.Y., December 21, 2018 (Newswire.com) - ​Rather than having to make do with whatever form an EHR provides, counselors now can fashion them exactly as they see fit, either by adjusting an existing form or generating an entirely new one. Without the aid of programmers, they can create highly sophisticated and personalized notes that speed note writing and guarantee compliance. Customizable options include drop-down lists, date pickers, links to data from other forms, and many other features that improve the process.

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