Maybe you’re a bit like me…
Until recently, the world of Practice Management Systems has been this big muddled up realm for me. That all changed when I did my latest podcast interview with Dr. Susan Litton, founder of PSYBooks.
When I was in private practice, I used a Practice Management System that I hated: it was a ton of time and effort, and never really worked for my practice. I was running my practice to meet the requirements of the technology, rather than truly having a system that worked for me.
I know I’m not alone. Many of you in private practice have the same sense of confusion or outright frustration when it comes to an EHR (Electronic Health Records) system that I did. I get asked quite a bit about EHRs, and I’ve never felt as though I had the best answers to give. So I realized it was time to seek out expert advice.
Dr. Litton is the perfect combination of clinical expertise (she’s been in private practice for a while now), and techie geek. So she knows exactly what we need to make a private practice run more smoothly and efficiently.