Good afternoon,

Here at the Private Practice Hub we realise that many of you are comfortable with paper records but it’s been very apparent in recent months that the upcoming GDPR (General data Protection Regulation) legislation has caused many of you to consider moving to an electronic records system.

This is because GDPR requires a level of auditability and resilience that would be challenging (but not impossible) to implement with paper-based records.

If you’re unfamiliar with GDPR, this article from Bob Bond, CEO of WriteUpp might prove helpful:

GDPR: A Practical Perspective

The team at WriteUpp have spent the past 18 months gearing up for GDPR, which is the most important piece of data protection and privacy legislation to impact us in 20 years. 

Bob commented: “As an EU-based business we’ve been following the developments around GDPR for the past couple of years. We’ve researched it extensively and taken legal advice on important points of detail so that we can provide users with the necessary tools to comply with the new regulation.”

Whether you have an eye on GDPR or you are considering a fresh start for the new financial year, we’d strongly recommend reviewing WriteUpp. It has everything you’d expect from a modern cloud-based practice management system: 

  • client records
  • diary
  • clinical notes
  • assessments
  • invoicing
  • healthcode
  • Stripe integration
  • online booking 

And in addition to all of these features, there are even native mobile apps for iOS and Android.

Your data is securely stored in an EU data centre (important for GDPR), backed up every hour to a separate physical location, encrypted with SSL and protected with two-factor authentication (2FA). So there’s no need to worry about data security.

And if you need any help, their customer service is fabulously friendly. Just check out their reviews on Facebook.

If you want to find out more about WriteUpp, read our in-depth review here or better still, try it free for 30 days here.

Kind regards,

Geoff Simons
Private Practice Hub

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