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February 25, 2019

Mental health providers need emotional, psychological and social wellbeing with their software

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As a mental health professional, do you ever feel like the practice management and EHR software marketplace is catered to the medical industry? It’s no surprise. There are so many similarities. Yet there are so many differences as well. Mental health providers face greater automation challenges than their medical specialty colleagues.

We created a revolutionary new eGuide that outlines ways to shop for software that hits all the features and functionality needed by today’s growing behavioral health practitioners.

You’ll learn why software engineered for mental health practices should automate functional workflow areas across all areas of your practice based on your needs – things like group scheduling and group charting. Think of this guide as mental health first aid for those suffering from the woes of technology chaos, poor billing performance, clinical inefficiencies and bad client experiences.


Topic: EMR/EHR | Content Type: eGuide

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“Our workflow has diminished as far as the redundancies, having to do the back-and-click here or check on this and check on that—it’s all right there!”

Johnette Lamborne
Office manager

“We have seen approximately a three-fold improvement on a month-to-month basis of increased collections using AdvancedMD technology as compared to our previous technology provider. That has really been a step-change improvement with respect to the economics of the company.”

Michael Paul, CEO
Lineagen, Inc.

“With AdvancedMD we got everything in one package, and the ability to ensure that we get maximum allowable Medicaid reimbursement.”

Charlotte Kientzy
Practice billing manager

“If you want to be focused on your practice and not worry about infrastructure, this is it. It’s transparent, just like when I plug something into the wall I’m not worried about what the voltage is and what’s the availability; it’s just there—like AdvancedMD. It does it so well sometimes you don’t appreciate it until you really think about it.”

Judy Feingold
Occupational Therapist