+1 617-775-3429
[email protected]
7950 NW 53rd Street, Suite 337
Miami, FL 33166
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PsychOnline Includes

1. HIPAA-compliant, web-based EMR that offers:

  • Customized intake forms
  • Easy BAA provided as per requirements
  • Zero-install video conferencing software for you and your patients
  • E-Prescriptions including EPCS
  • Online scheduling including option for patients to self-schedule appointments with you
  • Secure online payment processing
  • Secure client communications
  • Template-based evaluations

    2. Tailored telemedicine programs for:

  • Employers
  • Mental health clinics
  • Youth centers
  • Crisis centers
  • Psychiatric hospitals
  • Correctional facilities
  • Therapists
  • Counselors
  • Psychologists
  • Psychiatrist
  • Nurse practitioners

Our Mission

We enable mental health caregivers to deliver efficient, high-quality care by providing innovative tools that expand patient interaction, tracking and treatment.

Contact

Our Address

7950 NW 53rd Street, Suite 337 Miami, FL 33166

Call Us

+1 617-775-3429

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Pricing

We offer free trial. Contact us now for more details.

Base Plan

$30 / month

Everything you need to start your own practice:

  • Detailed Intake forms with customizable templates
  • Online appointment booking engine
  • Unlimited customizable consent forms
  • Support for unlimited clients with built in secure client portal
  • HIPAA compliant zero-download built-in video conferencing
  • Secure online payments processing
  • Built-in appointment and payment reminders

Base with E-Prescribe

$55 / month

Everything in Base plan with:

  • E-Prescribe without EPCS

Base with E-Prescribe with EPCS

$75 / month

Everything in Base plan with:

  • E-Prescribe with EPCS

Our Live Sessions

PSYCHONLINE IS PROUD TO HOST A FREE WEBINAR ON CRITICAL LIFESTYLE SUPPORTS TO SUCCESSFUL CLINICAL PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY WITH DR. PAUL PUTMAN

About Dr PUTMAN....
  • Dr. Putman is a Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, a Laughlin Fellow and member of the American College of Psychiatrists, and past President of the Central (now American) Neuropsychiatric Association.
  • A practicing psychiatrist for over thirty years, he has performed Phase I-IV studies in psychopharmacology, published in peer reviewed journals, served as a supervisor for the Austin Graduate Medical Education/UT Medical Branch Residency Program in Psychiatry. He lectures and consults regularly on psychiatric diagnoses and practice, with particular focus on mood and anxiety disorders. In addition to his scientific publications, Dr. Putman has authored Rational Psychopharmacology: A Book of Clinical Skills, a text on practicing clinical psychopharmacology for practitioners and students.
WHAT THE WEBINAR WILL COVER...
  • The webinar will help participants gain knowledge on the interdependencies between lifestyle choices and prescribed medications. To help patients with prescribed medication, we must consider the milieu in which medicine will be attempting to have its effects. In this presentation, Dr. Putman reviews how sleep, exercise, weight, diet, alcohol, recreational drug use and stimulants like caffeine and nicotine must be approached in practicing psychopharmacology.
Join us in this exciting and relevant discussion!!

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