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Researchers Find Spending Time On Social Media Seriously Harms Your Mental Health

social media is bad for mental health

Look across a restaurant or any other place where people are gathered and you’ll see almost everyone staring at their phones. Some are skimming tweets and messaging friends, while others are surfing YouTube videos or posting photos on Instagram. And if you could peer into homes and apartments, chances are you’d also see those occupants engaged in the world of social media.

ClinicTracker Partners With Health eFilings to Provide Automated MIPS Reporting for Its Behavioral Health Clients

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SYRACUSE, N.Y. and MADISON, Wis., June 19, 2019 (Newswire.com) - ​​​​ClinicTracker, a mental health and substance abuse electronic health record (EHR), today announced a partnership with Health eFilings, a national leader in quality data management and automated MIPS reporting.

ClinicTracker EHR Redesigns Custom Form Builder Interface, Adds Functionality

New Form Builder Interface

SYRACUSE, N.Y., May 10, 2019 (Newswire.com) - ClinicTracker, an all-in-one EHR/practice management/billing system for mental health and substance abuse agencies, announces major updates to its Custom Form Builder tool, making it even easier for users to design their own forms.

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

ehr staff acceptance

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

ehr and staff productivity

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

ehr productivity

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

productive and content clincal staff

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.

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