Let’s bust a few important myths regarding the new rule and the rights that clients have in order to find some clarity through the confusion.
Rights of Access is becoming a big deal and we are finding lots of colleagues are still unsure about what this means for their practice. In this quick 11-minute video, Roy shares some key tips to help you grasp exactly what this will look like in your practice- whether you are in a group practice […]
For the first time ever, we’re here to share our favorite service selection recipes for both solo and group practices. Bon apetit!
The COVID public health emergency declaration is set to expire soon and hasn’t been renewed yet. What does that mean for teletherapy in the US?
We know that one of your biggest concerns right now is staff working remotely, and in making sure they’re being safe and secure. Luckily, VPNs are a low-cost and easy way to help solve this problem. VPN stands for “Virtual Private Network”. VPNs work by signing up for a VPN service and then installing that […]
What is deidentification and how do you navigate deidentification of PHI as a solo practice and as a group practice? What role does tech play in keeping this information safe? Roy discusses the difference between how solo practitioners often use deidentification techniques and how they maintain privacy versus how a group practice needs to […]
Getting everyone on the same page is a very important piece of coordinating a group of people- whether you have just an admin support person, or as a group practice; and your policies and procedures are one piece that helps you manage this important part of practice management. Whether it’s just you at your private […]
There are a few qualitative differences that influence how you use tech as a solo practitioner, as a practitioner with office support, or as a group practice. And we’re talking about one that doesn’t really hit our radars until we start adding people to our teams: Discoverability. Discoverability is about the ability to be able […]