During the month of February we honor the many important achievements of African Americans and their valuable contributions to society. The American Psychological Association features prominent African-American Psychologists in their series on Ethnicity and Health in America.
Among them is Francis Sumner, PhD., who is considered the “Father of Black Psychology.” Dr. Sumner received his Ph.D. after serving in WWI. He later founded the psychology department at Howard University and served as chairman from 1928 until his death. Also highlighted is Inez Beverly Prosser, Ph.D., who, in 1933, was the first African American woman to earn a doctoral degree in psychology.
For more information on these two influential Psychologists, read Francis Sumner, PhD, and Inez Beverly Prosser, PhD, written by Logan Wright, Ph.D.
New Releases for Client Server, Professional Software
Client-server, professional edition software customers, who are current on maintenance, are entitled to the latest versions of QuicDoc® and/or Office Therapy®. Since most changes are available in automatic updates, you may already be running the most current version.
The latest version of QuicDoc is 11.5.3 released on January 16th. The latest version of
Office Therapy is 11.07.3 released on December 22nd. You can find your version number by selecting the About menu item from the Help menu in your program.
Updates can be found on our Support page. Whenever you update, be sure to first
backup your databases. If you have any questions, please call our Support Department
With so many people sharing their experiences on the web, both good and bad, there’s no way to control what your clients may post in a review about your services.
You can, however, gain insight on their views to find out what is working well and where improvements are needed by surveying your clients towards the end of therapy. This allows you to not only minimize negative postings on the web, but to gain market leverage.
QuicDoc® Professional and Enterprise software both have a built-in Patient Satisfaction Survey for just this purpose. The survey assesses the following:
• Access to Care
• Physical Surroundings
• Technical Quality
• Interpersonal Care/Communication
• Overall Satisfaction.
To access the survey, select Patients Satisfaction Survey from the QuicDoc Assessments menu.
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