If you're a private medical practitioner, you know how frustrating it is when patients don't show up for their appointments. This can be costly and time-consuming, and can disrupt your entire day's schedule. In this blog post, we will discuss some tips on how to reduce the number of no-show appointments at your practice.

Why do patients no-show?

There are many reasons why people may not show up for their private medical appointments. In some cases, patients may forget about their appointments or be unable to make it due to work or family commitments. In other cases, patients may simply be too anxious or nervous about their appointment to attend. Additionally, some patients may feel that they can't afford the cost of a private consultation. Whatever the reason, it's important to try and understand why patients are not attending their appointments. This can help to make sure that steps can be taken to improve attendance rates in the future.

Send Reminders

In order to prevent people from no-showing private medical appointments, there are a few things that can be done. First, it is important to send a reminder to the patient a few days in advance. This can be done via email, text message, or even a phone call. It's important to send reminders for private medical appointments. Patients often forget, so it helps if you remind them beforehand and offer some incentives like coupons or discounts on future visits! It may seem difficult at first but with practice most doctors find that sending these messages is really simple once they get into the habit of doing so - plus this little detail will actually save time in your office since patients won't need an emergency room visit just because someone missed one their Turns out there are many ways which can be used as reminder systems ranging from emails/texts Tweets calls etc

Make Sending Reminders Easier

In today's busy world, it can be difficult to keep track of everything. That's why it's important to have a system in place to remind you of important appointments. Function 365 is a great option for scheduling reminders. You can set up multiple reminders for each appointment, ensuring that the customer is always aware of their upcoming appointment. This can be especially helpful for businesses that rely on appointments, such as hair salons or dental offices. By using a system like Function 365, you can help to ensure that your customers don't forget their appointment and that your business runs smoothly.

Cancellation Fees for no-show appointments

Additionally, it is helpful to require a credit card number when scheduling the appointment. This way, if the patient does not show up, they can be charged a cancellation fee. If you make it clearly visible to the patient that if they don't show up for their appointment they will be charged, this will also make people show up or at the very least give you enough notice to be able to give the appointment to someone else.

Utilise intake forms and consents

Booking a medical appointment can be a daunting experience for patients. There's the worry of what might be wrong, the cost of the appointment, and the hassle of taking time off work. As a result, it's not surprising that many patients fail to show up to their appointments. No-shows are a major problem for healthcare providers, as they can lead to lost revenue and decreased efficiency. One way to help reduce no-shows is to get patients to fill in their intake forms when they book their appointments. This simple step helps to create a sense of investment in their care. When patients are more invested in their care, they're more likely to show up to their appointments and actively engage in their treatment. As a result, getting patients to fill out their intake forms when they book their appointments is an important way to improve patient care.

Constant no show?

Finally, it is important to follow up with patients who have missed appointments. This can help to ensure that they do not become habitual no-shows. By taking these simple steps, private medical practices can help to reduce the number of people who fail to show up for their appointments.

It's inevitable that no-shows happen. There are a variety of reasons why people don't show up for their appointments, from forgetting to double-check the date and time to running into unexpected traffic on the way. Whatever the reason, a no-show is a missed opportunity for revenue. That's why it's important for practitioners and business owners to take steps to reduce the number of no-shows. There are a variety of ways to do this, from sending reminders in the days leading up to the appointment to calling or texting the client en route to confirm that they're still coming. Taking these simple steps can help ensure that more appointments are kept, and that revenue isn't lost needlessly.

It's no secret that private healthcare is on the rise. With more and more people seeking out private care, it's important to make sure your practice is set up for success. One of the most important aspects of running a successful private medical practice is getting digital consent from your patients. In this blog post, we will discuss why digital consent is so important in private healthcare and how to set it up correctly for your practice!

The importance of digital patient consent

Digital consent is important for a number of reasons. First and foremost, it ensures that your patients are fully informed about the care they are receiving. They understand what the risks and benefits are, and they can make an informed decision about whether or not to proceed with treatment. Additionally, digital consent forms help to protect you and your staff from liability. If something goes wrong during treatment, you can rest assured knowing that you have the patient's informed consent on file.

Easily customise patient consent forms

So how do you set up digital consent in your private medical practice? The first step is to find a software solution that meets your needs. There are a number of different options on the market, so be sure to do your research before making a decision. Once you've selected a software solution, you'll need to create digital consent forms for your patients. Be sure to include all of the relevant information, such as the risks and benefits of treatment, in the form. Once you have your digital consent forms set up, be sure to train your staff on how to use them correctly.

Function 365 consent forms for Private Practice

Function 365 makes it simple to setup consent forms and get the patient to fill these in via their online portal before you even meet! The beauty of using F365 is that the consent forms are completely customisable for your practice so you can make sure that consent is given properly and then it is automatically linked to the patients record within your Practitioner portal.

By following these simple steps, you can ensure that digital consent is set up correctly in your private medical practice. Do not hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions about setting up digital consent in your practice! We are always happy to help. Thanks for reading!

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When running your own business it is your choice as to how you manage information and data. Having said that there are still rules and regulations around the storage of data and how it is used, kept and maintained. As such, I’m going to look through both the advantages and disadvantages of a Paper Based System v a Practice Management System.

Advantages of PMS

Having a Practice Management Systems means that all your data and information is stored in one place. This means that you are less likely to lose things and you can mange and organise data and information with ease.

It also means that you will be able to adhere to regulations like GDPR a lot easier than you would if you weren’t using a PMS.

It also means that you can give access to the data to your patients (if they want and need access) which means it may make it significantly easier to get them involved in their care and ensure continuing success for your practice.

Advantages of Paper

Using a paper based system can sometimes feel ‘safe’. No one is going to ‘steal my data’. Which is true. If it’s kept in a locked box (which it should be now to adhere to GDPR) then it won’t be stolen!

It makes it easier to organise your work and make it accessible to the staff that need it.

Disadvantages of PMS

You have to be very carful when choosing a Practice Management System. If you don’t choose the right one you may end up in a situation where you do not know where your sensitive patient data is being stored.

Systems like Function 365 are open, clear and transparent about where your data is stored and ensure that it is highly secure and thus, takes away any fear of data being like or stolen.

Disadvantages of Paper

It’s time consuming, it’s messy, things get lost, it’s unorganised, it’s easy to find yourself overrun with paper files … Need I go on? There are lots of disadvantages to using a paper based system as you will probably already be aware.

What to do for the best?

We know the world is moving digital. Private Medical Practice’s are no different. It’s what people expect and what they want. The ability to book online and have all their information in one place that is accessible. Our main advice is to really do your research about the Practice Management Software you choose to ensure the safety of that important patient data you hold!

Everyone’s heard the saying but it really does stand the test of time. Every hour you’re investing in something that doesn’t make money is time wasted and it’s probably on something someone else COULD have done.

The best way to look at it is by looking at how much you charge for your time per hour. If, for example, you charge £50 per hour and an administrative task which could be automated takes up 10 hours per week that’s actually costing you £500 per week, £2,000 per month!!!! It really does add up when you start breaking down those numbers!

So what are the best ways to maximise your time and use it efficiently?

Plan and Organise

When it comes to organising my week I always sit down on a Sunday evening/early Monday morning and plan out what my week is going to look like. The trick then is actually sticking to your plan. Letting people know when you have to stop doing certain things and ensuring that whatever is on that to-do list for the week gets done. If not, it’ll just end up getting backed up and you’ll end up getting overwhelmed. I see it time and time again, for the first 3 weeks of the month people have 10-15 things on their list for the week but by the end of the month this is around 40 due to pushing stuff down the road. If it’s on the list, it gets done because don’t forget, you sat down and worked out that task was important and you needed to get it done that week!

Utilise the best systems

This is a difficult one because we often try to work within a system that’s already there but by evaluating your current systems and processes you may find there are better, more streamlined ways of working or infact the system you’re using doesn’t actually help you achieve any of those goals and doesn’t speed things up for you. If this sounds like something you’re dealing with on a daily basis, you’re not alone!!! My best advice is to take some time and write down, in an ideal world, what a system would do if there were no limits. Once you have that list, approach companies like us and see if we tick the items on your list. Some will do more than others and some may do none at all but the main thing here is making sure the system fits your practice, not your practice fitting into a system that just doesn’t really work for what you need!

Be honest about your workload

This is the number 1 factor that contributes to burnout. Someone not being honest with themselves about how long tasks actually take or taking on too much and not delegating or actually realising that isn’t getting done and making appropriate arrangements to move it to a date it will be done. When you’re doing your weekly plan don’t set yourself up to fail. Map out how much each task will take you and give yourself more time that you know you need. That way, if something unexpected happens you’re not behind simply because you didn’t factor it in.

My final thoughts are this, don’t be too hard on yourself. Running a business is not easy!!! Sometimes it can be extremely rewarding and other times it can be the most difficult thing in the world to do. Remember, you’re not alone!!!! Plan out those tasks and keep moving forward and you’ll hit those targets and find joy in your practice simply by following those simple steps!

First things first, Google Trends is an extremely useful tool if you want to get your content in front of people searching for what you’re selling!! What exactly does it do and how can YOU utilise it?

What is it?

Google Trends can actually show you how frequently a word or a phrase is put into Google, this means if you’re looking for a blog topic or content for your Private Medical Practice then this is your first port of call. There’s no point writing about something that won’t get seen and Google will happily give you a free, helping hand with this.

If you search any term Google will provide you with a search volume index (how much that specific word has been searched) and also geographic information about the people searching for that topic.

Why is geographical information important?

Just like choosing to target a certain age, gender or type of person, being able to target people in a certain geographical area will mean you’re able to hit your target market a lot easier. If you know a certain word is only searched in America and you don’t currently provide your services in America there is no point using this keyword.

How does it work?

The first thing to look at on Google Trends is currently trending. This will give you an indication of what people are searching for. Some of it is not related to what you want to talk about but if it is you know you’re going to be able to hit lots of people searching for your topic, product or service.

If currently trending doesn’t give you the information you need you can search by a word or phrase by typing it into the search box at the top. Once you’ve searched the term you are then able to define the criteria below it like, where you want to check the data against (the location), how far back you want the data to be looked at - 1 month, 12 months etc. A category - this is just an industry if you want to narrow down your search and type of search.

What is a type of search?

Google doesn’t just own Google, it has its fingers in lots of other pies. Google can post their adverts in various places across the world and also get search terms from places like YouTube, the news or shopping. As such you can narrow down your search even further if you’re wanting to know how people on YouTube have searched for a specific topic (if you’re considering posting a video for example).

What else should you know?

Google Trends will also throw up ‘related search terms’ for you when you’re searching for a word or phrase. This can be really invaluable information if you’re researching keywords for google adverts. You’re able to look at all the keywords relating to what you’ve searched and pick out the best ones for you that’ll ensure you’re getting traffic to your website organically or by your ads!

Want to give Google Trends a go? Click here - https://trends.google.com/trends/

Are you asking the right questions on a demo with a Practice Management Software company?

Setting up in Private Practice is hard, there’s no doubt about it.

Your Practice Management System should be the heart of your practice and ensure everything from initial contact with the potential customer all the way through to them receiving care with you runs smoothly. Whilst also ensuring that you don’t have to do everything manually every, single, time.

You know what I’m talking about, those tasks that take hours and hours every week that you just can’t seem to shake off? Those are the ones that any GOOD Practice Management Software Company will have already identified, solved and mean they’re no longer taking up your valuable time!

So where to start? Same place as most people in the market for any product or service I guess, Google. If you google Practice Management Software you get something that looks a little like this:

Just a quick point to note here - ALL of these are ads. This isn’t a problem, just be aware of it when you’re searching. You can tell they’re ads because before the text, top left corner of each link is an ‘Ad’ symbol letting you know.

These are the people who are actively looking to engage with you. So engage with them. Have a look around their sites - look at what they do, the price, and what they say they can do for YOU. That’s what it’s really about. If they just talk about themselves, they do not care enough about you - they just want you to sign up.

If we scroll a little further down these are now the ones that ‘organically’ come up and are not paying to be there. Have lots of authority with Google too because getting on the top page of google really isn’t easy to do! These are absolutely worth a look.

If we take a look at Function 365’s Practice Management Software for a moment, you’ll see a lot of what we do is geared around helping YOU make the right choice for your practice and for US to help you solve those persistent headache problems costing you valuable time each week.

So you’ve had a look on Google - found a few companies you like the look of, what next?

It's time for a demo. I know, I know, no one wants to be sold to but how can you see how awesome someone's software is and if they’re actually going to be able to help you achieve those goals without looking at the software?

Schedule 3-5 demo’s and make sure you ask these 10 questions:

  1. How is my data stored
  2. Is there someone I can speak with if I have problems
  3. How much does the software cost and when I scale, how does the cost increase for this?
  4. How long have you been established?
  5. As a business, what is your goal within the Healthcare industry?

So why are these the top 5 questions? Let me explain!

Question 1 is about your data and YOUR PATIENTS data. If they cannot, straight off the bat, tell you where the data is being stored and shout about how safe it is - RUN AWAY. Do you want to put your patients' data into  the hands of someone who doesn’t even know where it’s going? ABSOLUTELY NOT!!!

Question 2 is all about them valuing you as a client, is there someone to speak with if I have a problem. Not just a knowledge base or video tutorials on how to do things, a real person on the end of a phone or video call to talk you through solving problems at a time you need it. Again if the answer is no, ask yourself, if the software is so good, why don’t they have the service to back these claims up?

Question 3 how much does it cost and how much will it cost me in future when I grow. SUPER IMPORTANT! If you want to run a successful practice with lots of practitioners you need to know how much this is going to cost you. Lots of companies out there will have no problem luring you in with an amazing introductory price but when it comes to adding on practitioners it jumps up A LOT. Do your homework and make sure that if you scale it can scale with you. That way you’ll avoid having to do a mass migration to a better piece of software further down the line.

QUestion 4 How long has the company been going? This one is more about what stage they’re at in their business. Some have just finished building this shiny new piece of software and haven’t properly tested it yet. Reality check - you’re probably the guinea pig here!!!

If they’re new, ask them how many clients they have, what teething issues they’ve come up against and what further developments they have planned. This will ensure you know the scale they’re working at and if they plan to make large changes - if everything changes overnight the software you initially signed up for might look very different in 12 months!

Question 5 is all about their goal in the industry. Most people won’t say it but it’s to earn money, of course, why else does anyone run a business? But there are lots of reasons people choose to develop and build a software company for the healthcare sector. Perhaps they’ve had first hand experience in the private healthcare space and know how hard it is and think they can make a difference? Whatever their reason, it’ll let you know a little more about the company and what drives them and ultimately will help you decide if they’re the right fit for your business.

There are plenty of other good questions you can ask when you’re looking for a Practice Management Software Company so take some time before any call and do your homework. If they’re the heart of your practice and that breaks, the body can’t work with a broken heart.

I’m hoping all of this has put you in a position to go out there and be confident that you’re trying to find the right fit for your company. If it has, awesome, we’d love to be on your list of demos too!

Book one with us here today: Book Now


Google is by far and away the best tool in your advertising Arsenal. Most consumers' first port of call when looking for any information, products or recommendations is to go to Google. This is why you ABSOLUTELY should be advertising on Google!

When you sign up for Google, it’ll actually take you through the setup of your first Google Advert. Google has lots of handy features to help you if you’ve never used Google Advertising before and they also have dedicated support teams in place you can contact over email, phone or chat who are there to assist 24/7. 

Google really is fantastic.

That being said, how do you use such an amazing tool? Looking at it, it can be quite overwhelming with lots of options, ‘bidding strategies’ and keywords you can use.

In my opinion, I would have a look for a basic Google Advertising course if you’re wanting to start out yourself. Or look at getting someone to assist you (like us here at F365!) who know the market and have already done the work before so know exactly what's needed to go into successful adverts.

If you feel confident to go it alone, awesome, my best piece of advice is to do research before you start your advert. Researching KEYWORDS is huge. Google uses keywords to determine where to place your ad. If you have a keyword of “Sandwich” Google will make the decision to show your ad to people who want to “make a sandwich” that are looking for the “best sandwiches in the world’ that want to find somewhere to eat a sandwich but actually your advert might be about a sandwich you’re selling so you only want to target people that are looking to buy a sandwich. 

What do you do? Well, KEYWORD doesn’t actually just have to be one word, you could set a keyword of “buy sandwiches near me” that way, anyone searching for that specific phrase should hopefully see your advert!

You’ll want to add around 20 relevant keywords to your first advert. Anymore and you could risk spreading your advertising budget a little too thin!

Google actually has a free handy tool called Google Trends where you can put your website in and it picks out your keywords. Whatsmore, you can even put in a competitor's website address and see what keywords they’re using!

In reality, you know your business better than anyone, unless you’re using a specialist in the field (like F365) to setup your campaigns, you’re probably better spending the time to work on upskilling on Google Advertising because it really is extremely power and will be a driving force behind your marketing efforts.


Facebook is a little different to Google. Most companies use Facebook for Business to Consumer advertising (not business to business) as the majority of its users are potential customers for your business. Facebook also doesn’t use keywords but allows you to define the type of person - their age, gender, interests and behaviours - that you’d like to show your advert to.

Facebook is also very powerful. From the person type or audience you have defined it will then narrow this down using AI (artificial intelligence) and target people who are most likely to interact with your advert.

The longer you run an advert on Facebook the better as Facebook is constantly gathering information and data to make your advert smarter and smarter.

My best piece of advice when advertising on Facebook is to try and really define your ideal customer, who are they? What are they searching for? What is their age range?

By understanding your customer it’ll allow you to give Facebook lots of information for Facebook to use to target those people.


With all advertising you should always keep your eyes on your ROI - Return on investment. How much are you spending per day, per week and per month and how many enquiries, leads and eventually new customers are you getting from this?

Reporting is something lots of businesses really put on the back burner when it comes to advertising. Especially if the advertising is working well, at that point. HOWEVER if you know which adverts perform best, which audience responds best to each type of content this will really help you maximise profit from advertising and ensure that no budget is being wasted. 

If you’re unsure where to start with marketing reporting you’re not alone. We set up a Practice Coach Clinic as a way to coach practitioners just like yourself in everything on the marketing side of running a business. If you’d like to get in touch with us to see how we can help with your marketing or marketing reporting, use the contact us page here:

What is ‘Patient Engagement’?

Private Healthcare in the UK is something of a luxury. As such, engaging your patients within the process means you are able to retain your patients and make sure they’re getting the best of our the care with you.

Everyone is different and as such, how people interact with their health goals and plans will differ. However, for most people actually seeing, understanding and engaging in their care will ensure continued improvement and engagement in the process.

Patient Engagement really is getting patients involved in the decision making process surrounding their care and actually giving them the visibility on the improvements they’re making.

Why is Patient Engagement Important?

Studies have shown that greater patient engagement in health care leads to improved health outcomes. For you as a Private Practitioner this means that if you have a patient that is more actively engaged in their care and they fully immerse themselves in the process they’re more likely to achieve better outcomes and hit those health goals you have set!

What can you do to improve Patient Engagement at your Practice?

As I’ve already mentioned, if patients are able to immerse themselves in your care this can really help to ensure Patient Engagement. Using a Practice Management System (like Function 365) you have the ability to create a timeline of care, which is viewable by the patient. It includes medication, test scores, health, and can show visibly to the patient improvements being made over time.

Also, offering Group Based Care is a really easy way to open up Private Healthcare to patients that really need the care but it may not necessarily be accessible to them in a 1-2-1 setting. Function 365 have just launch Group Based Care as an option within the system and have taken something which is extremely difficult to manage and organise and made it really simple for your practice to implement.

If you’d like more information about Group Based Care you can get in touch with us and book a demo via our website here: 

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The Best Practice Management System

Practice Management Software is used by Private Practices to simplify complex business processes and enable them to provide high quality, personalised care. If you’re looking for a platform or to change from one platform to another it’s important you look at what features are offered by the platform to ensure that it’s able to scale and grow as you do along with providing the essentials to keep your practice running smoothly.

Appointment Booking

This should be an obvious one but having the ability to schedule appointments across multiple rooms and practitioners is essential. Also being able to quickly change, amend, invoice and repeat appointments is extremely useful in ensuring that extra time isn’t spent on tasks unnecessarily.

Take Function 365 for example, Function 365 Practice Management Software allows you to have multiple rooms and practitioners. Amending appointments is simply done by dragging and dropping them to the new date and time. You can even send an SMS reminder once an appointment has changed to ensure nothing is missed.

Patient Portal

First and foremost you have to ensure the Practice Management Software you choose is safe and secure. After all, you’re using it to store sensitive patient data which can’t be compromised. 

A patient portal is where all the information about each patient is stored. Some Practice Management Systems offer a basic patient portal with the ability to see the patients details and for them to book appointments. Whilst this is handy, systems like Function 365 go further and allow the patient to take a hands-on role in their care. Once an appointment is booked the patient then provides all the information you, as the practice, need to do their appointment via a smart intake form (setup by you in the admin panel, tailored to your clinical offering). They’re also able to pay for appointments and even packages of care directly in their portal. Making it a real smooth and seamless experience for the patient and also for the practice and practitioners. 

Automatic Appointment Reminders

Life sometimes gets in the way and we forget things. This is only natural. Practice Management Software is there to mitigate the risk of patients forgetting or simply missing their appointments by sending out appointment reminders. 

This is really important especially if it’s not a chargeable appointment. The last thing you want is to waste practitioner time if a patient forgets an appointment.

Here at F365 we offer appointment reminders via email (like most practice management systems) but we go a step further and even offer the ability to send SMS reminders too.

Secure Messaging

Not every practice management system has a secure messaging system built in. So it’s really useful to look out for this when you’re searching for practice management software. This is vitally important if you need to send messages to your patients that relate to sensitive information. 

Here at F365 we offer this feature built in as part of the system so you can always contact the patient but also, the patient can contact you - again, giving them the ability to really take a hands-on role in their care.

Dashboards & Reports

This is a pretty standard feature across most practice management systems however some of the metrics you’re able to see are pretty basic so it’s definitely worth checking what information you can report on and see to ensure you’re running your clinic as smoothly as possible.

Scale & Grow With You

This might sound simple, why wouldn’t my practice management system be suitable for me in a year's time if it’s suitable for me now? Well, if you plan to scale and grow your practice some practice management systems start out with a really low introductory rate and then bump the price up enormously if you start to scale up in future. At F365 we do not do this. We DO NOT limit features depending on your licence type. In real terms this means from the day you join us you will have access to all the amazing features we offer and as we develop more, these will automatically become available to you, you aren’t charged extra for these.

Knowledge Base & Support

Ever been on a website or software and wanted to know how to do something but weren’t sure how? Some practice management systems have great knowledge bases and support out there and some don’t. Be sure to check before signing up what support there is if you hit a roadblock! The last thing you want is to be stuck and not sure where to turn.

There are lots of other things (some of which will be unique to your practice) you need to look for when choosing the right Practice Management System. Our best advice is to book a demo and see for yourself how the system works and ask as many questions as you can to ensure you’re making the right decision for your business.

If you’d like to book a 1-2-1 demo with Function 365 CLICK HERE

How to Choose Practice Management Software

Choosing Practice Management Software for your Private Practice is something you really should put some time into. We speak with a lot of Clinicians that went straight for the first one they found but it actually didn’t end up working very well for them. 

Today I’m going to talk you through some things to consider when choosing Practice Management Software and things to consider for further down the road. 

Scaleability - Practice Management Software

Whether your Practice is new or established, scalability should be on your mind! Businesses grow over time and you need Practice Management Software that can and will grow with you - when I talk about scalability I’m also talking about pricing. Will the software still be cost effective for you in a years time and in 10 years time or will it eventually become too expensive to run as you grow. 

Lots of Practice Management Software offer really cheap rates for smaller practices or single licences but when it’s time to scale people really do get burnt. Bare this in mind, don’t just look at the lower end look at the pricing structure and additional features offered for the price points too!

Ease of Use - Practice Management Software

This might sound simple like, why would a company make their software complicated but not all companies invest as much time in user experience as they probably should. This could mean that something you love about the software eventually doesn’t work anymore or is removed from the software all together or for you as the practitioner it really doesn’t meet your requirements as there is just too much information in too many places.

Here at F365 our focus is on the client and ensuring they have the right tools to run their practices the best way possible and we’re always open to talk about new features if you feel you’d like to see something that isn’t already there. You never know, we may already be working on it!

Continual Development - Practice Management Software

Ever gone to the supermarket to find out that chocolate bar you love is no longer being sold. 

For me it was a Spira. I still haven’t forgiven Cadbury’s but that is a completely different story!!

Now, imagine having an issue with your software and finding out the company who developed it is no longer updating the platform or worse still is no longer in business.

Do your homework! Companies that are client focused (and not just money making focused) are a lot more reliable and will never do a Cadbury’s on you!

** Starts writing official letter to Cadbury’s to bring back the Spira immediately **

Reliable Support - Practice Management Software

Aside from an awesome demo and implementation what you really need is support incase you don’t know how to do something or if something goes wrong. Especially when you’re working with such sensitive information. Lots of Practice Management Software companies don’t offer support or only offer it if you’re on a larger premier package - here at F365 we offer the same level of support regardless of the licence you hold and always will do!

Doing your homework is a lot like checking the box to say you’ve read the terms and conditions (when everyone knows you haven’t), you can just click it and hope for the best or you can invest your time, get all the facts and make the right choice. I know what I’d do!

Function 365 Landscape Logo - Practice Management Software
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