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WebPT is a cloud-based, multi-product platform for outpatient physical, occupational, and speech therapy clinics. At its core, WebPT is an electronic medical records (EMR) system that enables therapists to produce and store patien...Read more

4.38 (424 reviews)

31 recommendations


ClinicSource is a cloud-based practice management solution that helps in scheduling and documenting the therapy appointments of the patients. ClinicSource Therapy Practice Management’s scheduler includes billing and electroni...Read more

4.11 (57 reviews)

13 recommendations


SynergyPT is a web-based electronic medical records (EMR) solution for physical therapy practices. It is compatible with mobile devices and tablets to improve and simplify documentation processes during patient evaluations. With t...Read more

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8 recommendations



TheraOffice is an electronic medical records (EMR) and practice management solution specifically designed for physical therapy and rehabilitation practices. The single sign-on, fully-integrated application includes scheduling, doc...Read more

4.75 (24 reviews)

4 recommendations


Fusion Web Clinic is a cloud-based electronic medical records (EMR) solution for multi-specialty pediatric clinics. Key features include appointment scheduling, patient documentation, reminders, billing and claims management. ...Read more

4.66 (82 reviews)

3 recommendations



TherapyPMS is a medical practice management software that includes features such as custom tagging, auth management, payroll, and mobile applications. TherapyPMS also integrates scheduling, billing, and reporting....Read more

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3 recommendations


Net Health Therapy for Hospital Outpatient

Net Health Therapy for Hospital Outpatient is cloud-based rehab therapy documentation, scheduling and practice management software for practices of all sizes. A fully-integrated solution, Net Health Therapy for Hospital Outpatie...Read more

4.35 (51 reviews)

1 recommendations

Acuity Scheduling

Acuity Scheduling is a cloud-based appointment scheduling software solution that enables business owners to manage their appointments online. The product caters to the needs of small and midsize businesses as well as individual pr...Read more


SimplePractice is a cloud-based practice management system built to make the business side of private practice easier. Our easy-to-use and HIPAA-compliant software helps health and wellness professionals automated their day-to-day...Read more


NueMD offers a suite of cloud-based software and medical billing services for practices of all sizes. NueMD is an integrated practice management, medical billing, electronic health recording and appointment scheduling solution. ...Read more

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Subscription models

  • Per employee/per month: This model allows you to pay a monthly fee for each of your employees.
  • Per user/per month: Users pay a monthly fee for users—normally administrative users—rather than all employees.

Perpetual license

  • This involves paying an upfront sum for the license to own the software and use it indefinitely.
  • This is the more traditional model and is most common with on-premise applications and with larger businesses.

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Everything you need to run a better practice. Noterro is an online clinic management tool for Massage Therapists, Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, and other health care providers. Our practice management software comes equipped w...Read more


vcita is a cloud-based customer relationship management (CRM) solution for small businesses. Entrepreneurs and business owners can manage their client engagements from any device from anywhere. It enables organizations to dri...Read more


My Clients Plus

My Clients Plus is a cloud-based medical platform. It is used by mental and behavioral health providers for medical practice management. My Clients Plus’ key features comprise therapy billing, client portal, to-do list, thera...Read more


Power Diary

Power Diary is online practice management software for health clinics, and includes calendar management, automated appointment reminders (SMS or email), treatment note templates (which can be configured to your needs), online form...Read more


Clinicient provides a web-based and mobile therapy-specific EMR designed to improve the therapist experience by offering an all-in-one solution with scheduling, documentation, telehealth and reporting, resulting in improved effici...Read more

Practice Pro

Practice Pro is a fully integrated, web-based EMR and Practice Management solution for outpatient physical therapy, pediatric therapy, occupational therapy, speech language pathology, ABA, and chiropractic. The suite of applicatio...Read more


CentralReach is an EMR, practice management, and clinical platform for Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) practices and others who provide autism and Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) care. The web-based, HIPAA-compli...Read more


TM3 is a practice management solution that can be deployed either in the cloud-based or on-premise. It is suitable for a variety of practice types. Key features include patient records with annotations, online appointment booking,...Read more

4.18 (84 reviews)



Therabill is a HIPAA- and ARRA-compliant cloud-based practice management solution for mental health and speech therapists. With Therabill, providers can submit billing claims, manage schedules, enter treatment notes and maintain p...Read more

4.22 (75 reviews)



NeuronUP is a web platform for psychologists, OTs and speech-language professionals that is involved in cognitive stimulation and rehabilitation processes. With an online library of over 7,000 worksheets, customizable content gene...Read more

4.74 (61 reviews)


Buyers Guide

Last Updated: May 23, 2022

Here’s what we’ll cover:

What Is Speech Therapy Software?
Evaluating Speech Therapy Software
Important Considerations

What Is Speech Therapy Software?

Speech therapy software is a system designed to help speech language pathologists manage documents and automate routine processes, while offering customization to serve the needs of the individual practice.

When it comes to software, the needs of speech therapy practices are not unlike those of any other ambulatory care medical practice. Speech language pathologists (SLPs) want to automate onerous or repetitive tasks, streamline documentation, easily access clinical information, code for optimal reimbursement and comply with relevant regulations.

Example revenue report from Kareo, a solution for many practice types including (SLPs)

But speech pathologists have unique needs of their own, as well. They usually have complex documentation management needs, and may want to cater to various American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) recommendations.

Additionally, each individual practice will have its own requirements. Some will need a full-fledged electronic medical records (EMR) system for clinical documentation and support. Some will need practice management functions, such as appointment scheduling and medical billing. And some practices may need both speech therapy EMR software and speech therapy practice management software. In this guide, we outline some important considerations for SLPs evaluating software options.

The patient scheduler of WebPT, a therapy-centric software that offers speech therapy solutions


Evaluating Speech Therapy Software

Here are some important features to consider when evaluating software for speech therapy:

Document management Speech therapy practices typically need to manage a high volume of documentation. You’ll want software that can store and manage all of your forms.
Speech therapy CPT & ICD coding The software should be able to reference current CPT and ICD code sets. Some software will even allow users to select “favorite” codes for frequent procedures or exams so that they can be pulled up quickly; other systems may suggest codes automatically.
Speech therapy-specific templates Many EMR systems will include templates specifically designed to help SLPs record their most typical evaluations. Examples include templates for various types of swallowing exams, voice exams and language/cognitive communication exams.
Speech therapy-specific lists Some EMR systems offer custom lists for lab orders, procedure orders and radiology orders.
PQRS support SLP practices can avoid penalties on Medicare Part B payments by reporting Medicare Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) measures. Some software will include preloaded G-codes and modifiers to help automate this PQRS reporting.

Certain practice management systems are also tailored to speech therapy and rehabilitation contexts via custom workflows.

Not every software solution will include all of these features, and you may not need all of them (or you may need some to a greater or lesser degree than others). Your practice should identify the features most important to you before you begin evaluating software.

One important consideration to note is that the features we list above are designed to assist providers with record-keeping, scheduling, billing and other tasks. There are also speech therapy solutions on the market for patient usage. This category of software helps patients to practice at home with guided drills, and is particularly prevalent in the treatment of aphasia, stroke and similar disorders. While this buyer’s guide covers solutions for provider usage, we’ve done a comprehensive report on speech therapy software for patient drills.

Important Considerations

Aside from the speech therapy-specific features of the software you evaluate, you’ll want to weigh some additional factors, such as:

Integration requirements. In the realm of speech therapy software, some practices may need an EMR, others may need speech therapy scheduling software and still others may need a medical billing solution—and many practices need all of the above. One such application by itself is called a “standalone” or “best-of-breed” system. Conversely, software that integrates multiple applications in one package is known as an “integrated suite.”

Integrated suites offer both practice management functionality (scheduling, billing, patient portals etc.) and an integrated EMR system. Alternatively, you can look for a standalone EMR system that’s tailored to the needs of speech therapists. Nearly all speech therapy solutions designed for patient usage are sold on a standalone basis.

Most of the practices we talk to are looking for integrated suites (both EMR and practice management). However, there are a couple of scenarios in which you might want to consider a standalone application:

  • If you currently outsource your billing and don’t plan to bring it in-house, you wouldn’t need your own speech therapy billing software program.
  • If you have a solution in place for one application that you don’t want to replace, but using that same vendor for another application isn’t an option (for example, if the vendor doesn’t offer it), you may want a best-of-breed solution for that other application.
  • You need software that supports guided drills so that patients can get additional practice, since this functionality isn’t included in either EMR or practice management systems.

The claim control center of CGM DAQbilling software, an integrated billing and scheduling solution

Software as a Service (SaaS). SaaS solutions—also known as “cloud-based” or “Web-based” solutions—are those which are deployed online and typically accessed through a Web browser. This is in contrast to an “on-premise” solution, which is installed locally on a practice’s own servers.

On-premise solutions typically require a larger upfront investment in hardware and installation, as well as payment of an upfront license fee (to own and operate the software). Web-based solutions usually come with a lower upfront investment, but are priced under a recurring monthly subscription fee, such that over the life of the software the costs of the two deployment models tend to converge.

The ePrescribing screen of the MedLedger EHR, a Web-based system

Advantages of on-premise solutions include direct control over the software system and how it is accessed, since it’s hosted at your physical location. Advantages of Web-based solutions include easy remote access (since the system can be accessed over the Internet), data recovery in case of physical damage to your office or computers and, typically, instantaneous updates (since updates don’t have to be installed on your servers each time). For more information on Web-based systems, check out our Web-based EMR buyer’s guide.

Mobile support. Mobile support refers to the ability to easily access and use your software on a mobile device, such as a tablet or smartphone. This may be especially important for speech pathologists who visit client homes and wish to document exams at the point of care.

As more and more medical practitioners use mobile devices professionally, software vendors are increasingly developing mobile apps. If you want speech therapy software for your iPad or iPhone, be sure to ask the vendors you evaluate whether they offer mobile support. Remember that even though Web-based systems will usually be accessible via the Web browser of a mobile device, you’ll still want an app designed especially for use on a tablet or smartphone. (Otherwise, you’ll be accessing an interface designed for a desktop screen, which may be unwieldy on a smaller screen.)

Check out our tablet EMR guide or our Mac EMR guide for more details on mobile support.

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