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TheraOffice

4.6
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EMR & practice management solution for clinics

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TheraOffice Pricing

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Value for money rating

4.3

/5

25

Price starts from

125

/user

Per month

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What users say

I feel Theraoffice has been very fair when it comes to pricing. Lastly, all staff at Theraoffice have been professional and follow-up has been excellent.
I'm now Running 9 centers with this EMR. It is Definately worth the money.

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Derek O.

Medical Practice, 11-50 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Therapy West

Reviewed 3 years ago

Excellent. I have felt that Theraoffice has been very helpful with all inquiries. Also, we practice in rural Utah have therapist that often work in multiple settings. I feel Theraoffice has been very fair when it comes to pricing. Lastly, all staff at Theraoffice have been professional and follow-up has been excellent.

Pros

Theraoffice makes an effort to stay current with the software as it relates to changes in the industry. The product looks very clean and professional and those in reception, clinical care, and billing report good integration of all modules.

Cons

I feel Theraoffice could do better job with resources that help market the practice. Most therapy clinics do not have a marketing department and therefore cannot benefit from the benefits of good marketing. I think Theraoffice could help a lot of clinics with a drip marketing system that would integrate with each clients website. Also, a professional, easy to use, robust HEP program that is branded would be great. This would eliminate the need for paper as patients can have their HEP right on their phone.

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Jessika H.

Medical Practice, 51-200 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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TheraOffice for Physical & Occupational Therapy Clinic

Reviewed 2 years ago
Pros

I mainly used TheraOffice for patient scheduling, patient intake, and reporting. Searching patients in the database is easy, and there are many different categories that can be used to search in order to optimize results. Scheduling patients is quick and easy, and most of the most-used functions (for me) could be easily accessed just by right-clicking on a patient's name on the schedule. TheraOffice also has many helpful reports. I most often used the Patients not Seen in 2-4 Weeks report, which we used to track patients that were in need of follow-ups; and a report that would show patients who were low on authorized visits or patients who had an approaching authorization expiration date.

Cons

Sometimes, TheraOffice would freeze up and then crash. I would be left with a white screen with a red X through it, and often I would have to exit out of the schedule for my clinic and reopen it. Overall, this wasn't a huge problem, just a minor inconvenience when I was trying to do something quickly.