My Clients Plus Data Shows Mental Health Providers Are Using Mobile Devices in Record Numbers

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Electronic Therapy Notes Catalyst For Adoption

My Clients Plus (http://www.MyClientsPlus.com) today revealed that an analysis of their web traffic shows that mental health providers are adopting mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets for use in their practices in record numbers.

My Clients Plus is one of the country's leading providers of online practice management tools such as electronic therapy notes. Usage statistics from My Clients Plus shows that mobile device access to electronic healthcare data has grown more than 200 percent among mental health providers over the same 30-day period two years prior.

The most significant catalyst for mobile device adoption is the use of electronic therapy notes during or subsequent to client encounters. Since the base measurement period in 2012, My Clients Plus has added over 120 different therapy note templates tailored to help healthcare providers meet the various state-by-state clinical reporting requirements of government and private insurance claims payors.

As the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has emphasized the importance of electronic medical records (EMR) in improving quality and lowering costs, this usage data suggests that mobile devices are proving to be an effective way to manage the complexity of changing clinical reporting requirements.

About My Clients Plus

My Clients Plus is a leading provider of web-based practice management software that enables healthcare providers to keep electronic patient billing records, bill their patients and insurance companies, receive electronic payments and maintain electronic medical records. Thousands of healthcare providers rely on My Clients Plus to manage their practice.

The company is headquartered in Kennewick, Washington. For more information or to get a free trial of My Clients Plus software visit them at http://www.MyClientsPlus.com or call (877) 820-4153.

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Kenneth Arneson

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