by Technology Policy & Projects and Communications Staff
This is the third article in a four-part series on automating a psychology practice. The first article discussed the benefits of automating routine administrative functions in a practice. The second article explained how to identify the technology tools you need to run your practice in an efficient and cost-effective manner. This article outlines sample technology configurations for different types of practices. The final article will provide tips for buying, setting up and maintaining those technology tools.
While each practice is unique, and each will likely have special hardware or software needs, here are a few sample equipment, software and service configurations designed to get you started. Compare these configurations with the list of computer equipment and software you identified at a previous step to determine which parts of the sample setups will work best for you.