EHR and practice management for mental / behavioral health

Mental Health EMR Downloadable Whitepapers

by Leigh-Ann Renz, 3.12.13 You may have noticed a surge of mental health EMR resource and whitepapers from us lately: we’ve been on a roll the past month and have enjoyed putting together some new documents, as well as, borrowing favorites from partners like MTG.  Most are PIMSY-specific, a few are...

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A New Perspective on Gun Violence

by Leigh-Ann Renz, 2.18.13 Gun Violence and Mental Health After writing a blog post about the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings, I found myself asking family and friends their perspectives on gun laws, societal violence and what seems to be an increase in these types of incidents. The responses...

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Another Way to Give Back

Sliding Scale Therapy & Mental Health Rates There’s a mental health trend developing in California: some of the best therapists in the greater Los Angeles area are offering sliding scale rates. Reza Nabavi, Ph.D., created www.SlidingScaleTherapy.com in response to an increased demand for...

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Sandy Hook Shootings and Mental Health

by Leigh-Ann Renz, 6.5.13 For those of us in the mental & behavioral health industries, the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings are more than just a horrific tragedy.  They are a wake up call to the nation about the importance of getting mental health care to those who need it and raise a host...

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Thoughts For The Day and For The Holidays

by Leigh-Ann Renz, 6.5.13 We were going to delve into ICD-10 and discuss yet another change that needs to be completed by yet another deadline so that you can successfully treat your clients in compliance with laws and regulations.  But there’s plenty of time for that in 2013, and sharing our favorite...

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CPT Code Changes: Additional Q & A

Many providers have questions about the CPT® Code Changes effective January 1st, 2013.  Here’s a list of additional Q&A, but first, a brief overview: The codes used for billing common psychotherapy services are being changed, and the old codes can no longer be used as of January 1st, 2013. These...

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There is no need to suffer silently

by Leigh-Ann Renz, 6.5.13 According to ABC News, Oscar-winning actress Catherine Zeta-Jones was recently diagnosed with bipolar II disorder.  In our celebrity-centered culture, knowing that a star has battled a mental illness can be greatly encouraging and provide hope.  Whether or...

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October is DVAM, Part 2

Throughout October, PIMSY’s Facebook cover has highlighted Domestic Violence Awareness Month.  We’ve also been showing our support by sharing facts about intimate partner violence from the NNEDV and providing a resource guide for mental & behavioral health care providers. Although it’s...

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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) started in 1981 as the Day of Unity to connect advocates working to end violence within families.  The day soon turned into a week and evolved into a month-long observation in 1987.  Activities conducted at the local, state and national levels include the common...

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“PIMSY more than pays for itself by streamlining my office, improving efficiency and reducing billing times. I would recommend PIMSY to anyone looking for a good EMR company that will help you implement its program and help you with any questions you have along the way.”

~ Seth H., Business Owner