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Time-Saving Supervision Feature Request

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10 comments

  • Brandy Schumann, PhD, LPC-S, NCC, RPT-S

    Couldn’t agree more! Also it would be extremely helpful and increase usability of the entire program if supervision notes could be approved /signed through the mobile app.

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  • Camie Nitzel

    Yes!! Also a very useful time-saving upgrade!!

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  • Gillian

    Thanks for your feedback. You can head to simplepractice.uservoice.com to share ideas with the SimplePractice Product team directly, and to vote on ideas posted by your colleagues. - Gillian 

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  • Megan Mallon

    Yes, if it could generate the next note that would save time!

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  • Jennifer Niki Novak

    Agreed! I also would like a function to review multiple notes for a supervisee at a time. In other electronic records I've used, you can pull a report to read and approve 100 progress notes at a time. You can filter by client name, clinician name, date of service, etc. I appreciate having different ways to run this report so I can notice different trends in my supervisee's documentation and clinical services. Currently, having to click into each individual note is too time-consuming for supervisors. 

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  • Jennifer Miller

    Any feedback on Jennifer N. suggestion.  I spend hours clicking here, there, and everywhere.

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  • Nicola Sherman

    Go to https://feedback.simplepractice.com/forums/940492-notes-documents-and-reports  query=supervision  to read and vote for updates.

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  • Maria Pipitone

    I want to know about setting signed supervision notes with last signed showing FIRST instead of scrolling for days to get to it. I should not have to start in 2022 to look at notes signed July 20,2023

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  • Dawn Johnson

    I'd also like to encourage changes to the supervision tab, specifically the ability to filter by clinician and client, to review/sign multiple notes at a time, to sign/lock with one click, and for the screen to roll to the next note vs returning to the signed one. 

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  • Brandy Schumann, PhD, LPC-S, NCC, RPT-S

     Amen. And I'm agnostic. 

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