If you are scheduling online you may notice that the links now direct to a new service, ClinicSense. I am currently testing the functionality of their system but will likely switch permanently from Schedulicity.
For the time being, credit card entry will no longer be required to book an appointment online (this will likely change back in the future, and unfortunately at that time you will need to re-enter that data if you had had it saved in a Schedulicity account previously).
Why the change?
In order to improve workflow and decrease administrative error, I need a system that includes client accounts, medical charting, and scheduling all in one. While Schedulicity has a very strong and competitive online scheduling platform, they unfortunately do not offer charting for providers.
What does this mean for you?
On the downside, it means that if you had a Schedulicity user login/account, you will need to make a new one (and re-enter user data) on ClinicSense. Also, as it will now be integrating medical charting, I will now be eliminating paper intake forms so that all data is automatically entered into your account/charts as you update it. The downside there, is that everybody will have to complete a new intake form. With any luck, this will prove to be a robust system and there will be no need to change it again any time in the near future.
Jesse Jones, LMT
Owner and therapist at Warrior Massage