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Electronic medical records (EMR) software allows small health practices like yours to manage their clients’ records securely, efficiently and digitally.
Power Diary’s Damien Adler and Danielle Hopkinson show you how Power Diary can help you streamline your practice, along with business tips to keep you moving forward PLUS a webinar!
Patient management software solutions resolve your administrative needs while improving the overall experience for your clients, thereby freeing up time and resources, but it’s important to choose the right one for your business.
EMR software simplifies running your medical spa - easily accessible health data, less paperwork and more. Learn about how Power Diary EMR can benefit your spa.
A Team Support and Development Policy provides a framework for employing and onboarding new staff that will fit the culture of your practice, as well as encouraging staff to develop their knowledge and acquire new skills.
If you can find ways to offer flexibility, growth opportunities, and a personal touch, you'll be able to attract (and keep!) the best employees without breaking the bank.
Hire the right person, and you may benefit from new referrals, new patients from word of mouth, and even a better working environment when a true team player comes alongside your other practitioners.
Telehealth software systems help practices reach more clients, improve functions and create a more efficient practice.
Cloud-based EMR systems are intuitive and easy to use, making your team's initial set-up and onboarding quick and stress-free. And, because the system runs off of the cloud, installing software on practice computers is not necessary.
Session tracking and reporting are powerful features baked into Power Diary, and they'll save your practice a lot of time and money in the long run.
For those scavenging the web asking, “How much does EMR software cost?” Power Diary has all the information you need to make an educated decision.