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Patient/Staff Scheduling Software - Accreditation Providers

March 1, 2010
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Patient/Staff Scheduling Software


The Archeon scheduling module is part of a fully integrated system that links the functions of reception, billing, and clinical staff. It's designed to schedule multiple locations and clinicians. Search functions intuitively allow non-experts to set appointments in seconds, whether one at a time or a series of appointments-within or across days and appointment books. Five different views present scheduling in ways that users are most familiar with yet all utilize one process.


CarePaths is an ASP behavioral EMR with integrated clinical records and practice management, including e-claims. The CarePaths scheduler enables the creation of check-out receipts, drag and drop of appointments, and, most importantly, automated e-mail reminders to patients of upcoming appointments. LLC

The PsychReport provides a full range of clinical case/patient management functionality. It can handle an unlimited number of patients and clients. The Psychology Software is ideal for psychologists and psychiatrists. PsychReport is the standard for those who want flexibility without sacrificing convenience and ease-of-use. The PsychReport is available on Macintosh and Windows computers. Visit, call 212-537-6822, or e-mail

Accreditation Providers

CARF International

Founded in 1966 as the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, CARF International is an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services, including mental health and drug and alcohol treatment programs. More than 2,000 behavioral health and opioid treatment providers have earned CARF accreditation. For more information about the accreditation process, visit or call toll free (888) 281-6531.

Council on Accreditation

Founded in 1977, the Council on Accreditation (COA) is a not-for-profit independent accreditor of community-based human service organizations in the United States and Canada. Today, more than 1,800 organizations serving more than seven million vulnerable individuals, children, and families are members of COA's “Community of Excellence.” COA accreditation is supported by 25 national and international organizations, a cadre of over 1,000 volunteers, and an international board of trustees. Please visit for more information.

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Behavioral Healthcare 2010 March;30(3):38