Part of a group practice? Here’s where you can discuss payroll, managing permissions, and working with your team.

Setting up Family 2 adult siblings and their mom Answered
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Ways to track open notes Answered
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Batch termination letters? Answered
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Payout Reports Suggested Improvement Answered
2 votes 2 comments
Climnician Acces Level Answered
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Changing supervisor/privacy settings Answered
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I need to speak to someone Answered
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payroll when there's been an refund to a client Answered
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Do we need A credit card signature authorization form on file? Answered
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Scheduling a first available appointment Answered
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supervision Answered
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Website option for Group Practice. Answered
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Merging clients who are married but seen as individuals by different clinicians Answered
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Feedback from other group practice owners Answered
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Sharing Notes Answered
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Report with Session length Answered
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Availability to show on the main calendar Answered
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Report for Cash and Checks Answered
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Non-clinician administrator role? Answered
2 votes 10 comments
Average Hourly Income Rate Answered
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Simple Practice needs better quality A/R Reports Answered
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Marking Treatment Plan as Reviewed Answered
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Net Collection Rate Answered
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Connecting parent client with children in contacts with multiple siblings Answered
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Billing/Invoices; Practice Management Answered
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Intake reporting for group practice? Answered
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information blocking provision of 21st Century Cures Act Answered
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ERAs Answered
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New to simple practice and am completely frustrated with them Answered
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working with a minor Answered
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