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Therabill-Therapy Practice Management: Scheduling, Documentation & Billing-Exhibiting at AMHCA
Therabill is pleased to announce it will be exhibiting at the Annual Conference of the American Mental Health Counselors Association (AMHCA). Therabill offers a tool for healthcare therapy practices, a simple, integrated, online billing solution.
In addition to exhibiting, Therabill is pleased to announce that it is sponsoring the Keynote Address, “The Power of Vulnerability,”
“We are proud to be a Keynote Address sponsor,” said Dr. Joe Dundas, Founding Member and President of Therabill. “In today’s culture, many people struggle with meeting expectations of parents, employers, spouses, children, neighbors and friends. Since feeling vulnerable is an issue for most of us to some extent, Dr. Brené Brown’s research on vulnerability is something that will be valuable for mental health counselors to understand and discuss in order to prepare and help people become their most authentic selves.”
Therabill has been in business since 2005 offering a web-based solution for healthcare therapists, such as social workers, counselors, psychologists, speech-language pathologists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, dieticians and nutritionists.
Therabill focuses on simplifying therapy practice management through an intuitive and integrated scheduling, documentation and online billing solution:
• manage client information, including schedules, therapy notes and customized documentation
• submit HIPAA compliant insurance claims electronically or pre-populate and print CMS-1500 forms for mailing
• access client and practice information from any computer, anywhere.
“We partner with our members to simplify their therapy practice management so they are free to concentrate on helping their patients,” said Joe Dundas.
Visit Therabill online at http://www.therabill.com/
For more information contact: Mary Romac, Marketing Director – (847) 986.6650 or email@example.com
AMHCA, American Mental Health Counselors Association is, and has been serving for more than 30 years, a growing community of more than 6,300 clinical mental health counselors. AMHCA makes a critical impact in the lives of Americans and gives a voice to the mental health counseling profession nationwide, enabling recognition under Medicare and other federal programs and private health care insurance plans. The mission of AMHCA is to enhance the profession of clinical mental health counseling through licensing, advocacy, education and professional development. Visit the conference site online at http://www.amhca.org/