Office Equipment and Furnishing Check-List for Private Practices

June 17, 2017

I have my Office Location - Now What? Equipment and Furnishing Check-List for Private Practices 

Becoming a professional solo practitioner means staying on top of things. Staying on top of things means keeping organized. Keeping organized means you need the right kind of office furniture and fixture. 

A Word on Cutting Corners 

Before we get started - food for thought. The oncoming list might seem long and expensive. You might go through it and think: “Ah, I don’t need all these items. I can save my money for other things.” 

I have my Office Location - Now What? Equipment and Furnishing Check-List for Private Practices

Office Equipment and Furnishing Check-List for Private Practices 

Plan for the Long Term

Think in Investment rather than Expenditure 

Saving might seem a good idea now, but it can come back to bite you in the...neck...later on. Cutting corners is almost best practice in start-ups, and sometimes necessary. However, with each investment you delay, really consider how it might affect your workings and processes. Then make a decision whether you can cross the item off the list or not. 

Check-List: 

  • Electronic Equipment: printer, copier, fax machine, phone line (+voicemail) if necessary

  • Computer system and hardware: online management system for private practices, anti-spyware, malware software

  • Filing cabinets or storage units with a lock for confidentiality

  • Inviting furniture, fixtures and decor for the waiting room

  • Welcoming office setting for the ‘therapy space’, e.g. comfortable seating

  • Effective office workspace equipment for you when you have to produce documents and write reports

  • Stationary and other knick-knacks

Once that's all sorted, let Therasoft take care of all your documentation needs.

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