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Sales Spike Due To Launch of Therapy Partner 3.0 and New Integrated Scheduling, Billing, & Progress Note Features

DENVER, April 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- 60 days after launch, Therapy Partner reports a quarterly spike in new sales secondary to launch of their new product release Therapy Partner 3.0. Therapy Partner 3.0 is the most advanced technology application released by Therapy Partner to date, a company known for bringing advanced technology to the business of practice market. One interesting fact is that a large portion of sales come from internal referrals by current users, a likely testament to how much clinicians seem to flock to this product.

Therapy Partner Chief Operating Officer, David Burton noted, "3.0 was designed from the ground up to simplify the business of private practice. It is an intuitive, easy to use, product that allows our providers to complete all their most cumbersome tasks quickly; we're overwhelmed by the positive response."

Demand pressed this national leader in clinical technology to develop a more robust product that includes Progress Notes, and Integrated Calendaring-Patient Scheduling. The answer by this tech company was a new proprietary "Book-Bill-Document" feature allowing clinicians to easily book clients for appointments, bill multiple sessions across multiple days with one click using the "Quick Bill" feature and to quickly add a progress note. The full practice management suite of features is also still intact including credit card processing, secure automated statements, revenue tracking and more.

3.0 showcases with a clean, simple interface that is driven by task, "Booking, Billing, and Documenting," respectively; all tasks which historically can be time consuming to the solo or group practitioner. The progressive new application allows clinicians to book an appointment with ease, automate this appointment for billing, and add an EMR/progress note based on session type. The technology comes with comprehensive account management including assisting clinicians in brokering their relationship with a partner bank; Therapy Partner manages this process and then offers a flat rate for all credit card transactions. This flat fee approach allows busy clinicians to avoid managing complex bank contracts, equipment and variable transaction rates, historically a burdensome expense to doctors.

For a cost effective, comprehensive practice management solution with built in support services, Therapy Partner 3.0 appears to have taken market hold, and continues to be a company worth watching.

Therapy Partner offers an annual subscription based service in a Standard and Premier account type. Accounts begin as low as $54 per month and feature flat rate credit card transactions.

Long term market share appears to be in Therapy Partner's grasp with their continued efforts to meet the demand for advanced, cost effective, efficient technology within the often over looked Psychological/Psychiatric Private Practice market.

More information: http://www.TherapyPartner.com

About Therapy Partner:
Based in Denver, Colorado, Therapy Partner continues to be a progressive technology company focused on developing advanced, single device technology for streamlining scheduling, billing, progress notes as well as a complete host of practice management tools. Therapy Partner is a privately held company, operating since 2005, and owned by Dr. Jessica Dolgan, a licensed psychologist. The tech firm is known for customized support and dedicated account managers, as well as diligently striving to continue to enhance and develop progressive technology for Psychologists, Psychiatrists, and Therapists.

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