Clinician Portal

Clinician Portal Clinician Portal is the professional’s entry to a reliable, customizable clerical support app. offers several essential features; such as, Appointments & Scheduling; Client Eligibility, the Wiley Practice Planner; EHR/Progress Notes; Client Portal; One Click Claims Submissions; and more – all designed by professionals for professionals. Establish your business for success by managing your time and that of your clients - effectively and efficiently. was designed to manage, reduce, and streamline the clinician’s workflow by simplifying the steps of communications with clients. enables both the clinician and clients to respond in real-time.

Whether it be a totally transparent message to a client; or a confidential, secure message behind the scenes, generate effortless communications. Build relationships generating more fruitful results. Your clients’ mental health is what drives your career and the reason why you provide services. How you operate your business impacts how much you can help them.

Common Questions

How does the quality of my clerical support impact my clients?

By streamlining operations, precious time is freed up.

With a simplified method of communicating with clients and vice versa, relationships grow more quickly and more positively. The stress of dealing with ineffective communication vehicles puts up unnecessary walls and adds to animosity and negativity.

With more people in ABW (activity-based workspaces), it is critical to have a complete electronic support system that is as mobile as the professional utilizing it.

What are progress notes in counseling?

Progress notes are part of the client's record that provide details about the client such as diagnosis and assessment, symptoms, treatment and progress towards treatment goals.

What is the difference between working remotely and telecommuting?

Remote work suggests that the employee is just that-remotely located. They may "work remotely" on a temporary basis, such as while traveling, or they might be a permanent remote worker. Telecommuting, also called telework, can mean that the employee might be working on-site some of the time.