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How to Create a Psychotherapy Note

By sandy | April 18, 2018

Everyone involved in a psychotherapy practice understands the importance of a well-written progress note. While the documentation process can prove to be tedious and boring,…

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How to Create an Effective Psychiatric Progress Note

By sandy | April 17, 2018

Well-written psychiatric progress notes are vital for tracking patient progress and your clinic’s success. To maximize their effectiveness, many modern clinics are embracing the use…

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Dispelling Myths About Mental Illness

Dispelling 8 Common Myths About Mental Illness

By sandy | April 15, 2018

Mental illness myths have existed for thousands of years. In the early days, supernatural forces were thought to be the cause of mental health issues. Egyptians,…

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The Benefits of a Paperless Therapy Practice

By sandy | April 13, 2018

Is your practice still operating in the increasingly antiquated world of paper documents? If so, you aren’t alone. Behavioral health practices across the country are…

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Ways Mental Illness is Commonly Misrepresented in the Media

Ways Mental Illness Is Commonly Misrepresented in the Media

By sandy | April 11, 2018

When you think of how mental health issues are commonly portrayed in the media, what are the first images that come to mind? Do you…

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Tips for Improving Psychotherapy Patient Retention

By sandy | April 9, 2018

Mental health is a serious issue that affects millions of Americans. More than 43 million American adults (18 percent of the adult population) struggle with mental health…

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10 Foods that Boost Mental Health

By sandy | April 4, 2018

When planning out a healthy diet, it’s common to focus on foods geared toward weight loss. While smart caloric intake is vital to overall health,…

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Tips for Improving Mental Health in Young Adults

By sandy | March 21, 2018

With the particular stresses that can overpower the lives of teens and young adults, it’s no wonder that mental health issues are prevalent among these…

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How Yoga Can Improve Mental Health

By sandy | March 14, 2018

Modern life, with all its advantages, has also brought with it an upswing in those suffering from a wide range of mental health issues. The…

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8 Tips for Reducing Insurance Claim Denials

By sandy | March 4, 2018

For those who work in the behavioral health field, navigating the complexities of billing procedures can provide its share of headaches. A busy practice can…

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How Providers Can Keep Patients Coming Back

By sandy | February 23, 2018

As healthcare costs continue to be on the front burner of not only the political landscape but people’s monthly budgets as well, patients are taking…

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Why Medical Data Needs to be Protected

By sandy | February 19, 2018

One of the most pressing issues of our time is that of privacy. The headlines come in many different forms. Sometimes it’s about how much…

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10 Things That Should Be In Every Psychiatric Nurse's Progress Note ICANotes Behavioral Health EHR

10 Things That Should Be In Every Psychiatric Nurse’s Progress Note

By sandy | February 16, 2018

by Richard Morganstern, MD Inpatient psychiatric nurses play an important role as information collectors so that, among other things, psychiatrists will make the right medication…

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Insurers Need to do More to Improve Their Networks

By sandy | February 14, 2018

A recent study by Milliman Inc. shines a light on what many psychiatrists already know: Insurance company restrictions are detrimental to people getting affordable treatment…

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Enforcing the Law and Caring for Mental Health

By sandy | February 11, 2018

Saturday morning cartoons make everything seem so simple, don’t they? Think of the shows you watched as a child. The police officers were the good…

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