• Monday, October 16, 2017

New features in TheraPlatform - October

Our team is excited to inform you about new features and apps added to TheraPlatform in the past month. Here is what’s new in TheraPlatform:

1) Payment collection/e-commerce: This feature allows therapists to collect credit card payments from their clients. (This feature is available in All Plans)

2) Time tracking: Both therapists and administrators can track time of therapy sessions. This feature is useful for practices and organizations with multiple therapists as it gives them more information about completed sessions. It allows them to view all completed and uncompleted sessions, scheduled duration vs actual duration of session and when the therapist entered and left virtual room. (This feature is available in All Plans)

3) Shared scheduling: Administrators can now schedule sessions for their therapists by navigating between calendars of different therapists. This is a great feature for private practices or organizations that prefer to schedule clients for their therapists saving their therapists' time.

4) More games and apps: We added more games and apps to the PRO PLUS plan. 

For more information about TheraPlatform, visit:

https://www.theraplatform.com
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