TherapyPartner has been a player in the realm of cloud-based mental health practice management services for many years. Their original focus was to provide automated credit card billing and statement generation and their primary target market has been professionals in a fee for service practice.
Considering it just became publicly available in 2016, TherapyZen is already off to a solid start. From the helpful set up wizard to the clean, user-friendly interface, there’s a lot to like.
ICANotes has made some improvements since my last update. Most notably, they’ve shined and polished their scheduling system. In my opinion, it’s the most aesthetically pleasing part of the application and now has robust availability search functionality.
CounSol is a standout choice for solo clinicians who desire the ability to customize. In 2015 they introduced electronic claims filing and now also feature integrated ERAs.
One of the most impressive aspects of PSYBooks is that it has come out of the gates with ERA functionality. Most applications have added that long after launching since it can be one of the more complex features to implement.
Like so many of these applications, BreezyNotes started out as an application developed by a mental health professional who couldn’t find an application that met their needs. In 2015, that application was put out for general public use and is adding features on a regular basis.