The supervisor-intern relationship is crucial to a clinician’s personal and professional development, and in SimplePractice we make it easy for supervisors to approve, edit, sign, and lock their supervisee’s notes.
Sign & Share
Now whenever the supervisee writes a progress note, they have the option to either Edit it, or Sign & Share with Supervisor:
Once the progress note is shared, the Supervisor can either Approve & Sign it, or Request Edits. The Approve & Sign option will lock the note, and no further edits will be possible.
The Request Edits option will make the note available for the supervisee to make additional edits before a Supervisor locks it. This is what the window looks like once the Supervisor receives a progress note:
When Approve & Sign is clicked, the locked note will look like this:
When Request Edits is clicked, this is what the window will look like for a Supervisor:
The Supervisee will see the note back in their account to edit and re-share.