Consider the administrative and documentation systems you manage as a music therapist: time, money, and contact management. No doubt, we all feel overwhelmed sometimes just trying to keep our heads above water. When your systems are in place, everything in life is more manageable.
Whether you’re an employee or self-employed, systems are so important to stay organized. In the video below, Allison Hingley, MM, MT-BC, goes over an easy and structural way to think about systems.
Of course, the more organized you become, the more confident you’ll feel as a leader in healthcare! Watch Allison describe her systems by hitting play below:
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“The difference between you and a volunteer who does a similar service to you, is intention. And documentation is what sets you apart from them.” -Allison Hingley, MM, MT-BC
Allison teaches in a very direct, straight-forward, no-fluff way. Consequently, I adore her style! Highly professional and easily relatable – that’s Allison Hingley.
If you’ve ever felt undervalued by an administrator or coworker, then you NEED this documentation tree! Personally (this is Kat writing), the only reason my practice was a success for 11 years is due to our relentless documentation. Above all else, good documentation produced strong, meaningful reports that created very high demand for our services. I can’t recommend starting with the Documentation Decision Tree highly enough! It takes 20 seconds of your time.