I have been using the digital server since 2012. I’m published on the topic, promote the idea in my writing, and I’ve presented at the NASW FL State Conference on Digital Mental Health Services. There is not a single platform for providers on the market today that can do all that this server does, without a contract, and for far less than a provider could ever imagine. Clients have 24 hour access to their own client portal—it’s their way of entering your digital practice, anytime day or night. The server is a full functioning practice portal for providers as well – automating nearly everything you do to treat and monetize your work! Billing, records generation, auto populated and electronic claims filing, CC payments, appointment reminders, video/chat sessions and more! My passion is to help private practice professionals go live in a matter of days with their own digital server, talking from one provider to the next on how it all works!
Here’s what one provider says about working with the practice and the server
Here’s how LaRose summarizes the server to show how easy it is, how much it does – and why providers and clients benefit.
The server that LaRose uses and he is an affiliate with is one that providers can independently sign up for (using this link) or who can consult with LaRose to speed up the set up of your digital practice. There are no price differences in your month to month contract in working with an affiliate or in going through the server yourself. One request here though, is that you use the referral link to the server, or otherwise signing up I ask that you tell the server that you learned about their amazing product through TalkifUwant.
Here’s what DHHS has to say about digital medical service platforms, EHR, encryption and general considerations to providers of healthcare NOTE: this video is not an endorsement of any kind; it is publicly accessible and shareable from the DHHS website and from Youtube. The video is included to help providers see the added benefits to digital servers versus paper files.
Soon, it is believed that electronic / digital healthcare standards will move to secure digital platforms for all data and for all mental health practitioners. Already, for 2019 in one example of the digital trend, sole proprietors billing Medicare need to OPT OUT of the EHR practice standard (that is NOT only about billing, but all data)!
The NASW-FL lead presentation powerpoint slide show, presenting to peers in 2016 the uses and advantages of digital private practice!
Consider getting a group of providers together and let’s spend the day together in professional development, downtown at the metro center, with breakfast and lunch going live by the end of the day! Go ahead, it’ll be fun!
LaRose provides clinical supervision services to those seeking licensure in DC and in FL. The next video is a brief summary of the types of services included in beginning a high level of expertise training and support for those moving to private practice!