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Elevate your Practice with Grow’s Provider Dashboard

Grow offers the tools, technology, and support therapists need to thrive! Our provider dashboard serves as a quick view into your practice’s performance. Let’s take a look at the provider dashboard, and what it can add to your private practice.

Anna Eaglin By Anna Eaglin

Updated on Jun 10, 2024

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Running a private practice requires juggling multiple tasks, managing appointments, and staying on top of administrative responsibilities. But as therapists, you want your focus to be primarily on providing quality care to your clients. Grow offers the tools, technology, and support therapists need to thrive! Our provider dashboard serves as a quick view into your practice’s performance. Let’s take a look at the provider dashboard, and what it can add to your private practice:

Effortlessly Manage Referrals

One of the vital aspects of growing your practice is receiving referrals. Our dashboard allows you to easily toggle referrals on or off across all directories where you are listed. This puts you in control of the flow of new clients you can regularly receive.

Stay on top of your Appointments

Keeping track of your appointments is crucial to maintaining a well-organized practice. At a quick glance, you can view all of your upcoming appointments for the day. From here, you can easily surface information about each appointment, including client details, appointment type, and make any necessary changes. Whether you need to reschedule, cancel, or simply review appointment details, you have easy access to do so. For more information about managing your appointments, click here.

Efficiently Manage Tasks

The tasks section makes staying on top of administrative duties a breeze. It displays any outstanding tasks, ranging from invoice submissions, and follow-up appointment reminders to account management recommendations. By utilizing this feature, you can effectively manage your administrative responsibilities, and maintain an organized workflow.

Gain Insights into your Practice Finances

Understanding the financial health of your practice is essential for long-term success. The earnings section provides a comprehensive overview of your historical earnings. It displays crucial information such as the total amount billed, and paid, allowing you to track your practice’s financial performance. By having access to this data at your fingertips, you can make informed decisions, and plan for the future.

Simplify Appointment Booking

Managing your schedule efficiently is key to providing a seamless experience for both new, and existing clients. Scheduling shortcuts offer convenient links to retrieve, and share scheduling forms. With the click of a button, you can generate a scheduling link for new clients to book sessions or for existing clients to schedule follow-up appointments. You also have access to your intake team information, so you can easily get prospective clients booked with the help of the Grow Therapy team.

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  Having efficient tools, and resources are crucial for successful private practice management. Grow Therapy is committed to making lives easier for therapists so they can enhance their efficiency, focus on providing quality care, and ultimately achieve greater success in their private practices. We hope you’re open to embracing the power of the dashboard, and letting it become your trusted ally in running a thriving therapy practice. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out. If you would like more information regarding our provider portal or joining Grow Therapy as a therapist, you can book an introductory call with a member of our team below!

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About the author
Anna Eaglin Anna Eaglin

Anna is the Product Manager for Grow Therapy's EHR team. Her work centers on improving our provider portal to create the best possible customer experience.

This article is not meant to be a replacement for medical advice. We recommend speaking with a therapist for personalized information about your mental health. If you don’t currently have a therapist, we can connect you with one who can offer support and address any questions or concerns. If you or your child is experiencing a medical emergency, is considering harming themselves or others, or is otherwise in imminent danger, you should dial 9-1-1 and/or go to the nearest emergency room.

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