SimplePractice vs. Doxy

The best alternative to Doxy for therapists

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Why SimplePractice is better than Doxy

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Telehealth by SimplePractice is seamlessly integrated into your account—making it easy to implement into your practice.


SimplePractice is easy to set up and there’s no lag time. I’ve heard from dozens of my colleagues that Doxy is unstable and unreliable.

— Grace C.



Start a video call anytime, anywhere

Click a link to start—no logins, no passwords, no hassle. Send free automatic reminders, so clients never miss an appointment.


It couldn’t be any easier to use! It’s fully integrated with all your notes and billing.

— Pamela S.

HIPAA-compliant telehealth

Secure data, anonymous calls, and information stored with bank-level encryption—now that’s a platform you can rely on.


So easy to use—I love it. All my information and billing is there. I wish my other place of employment used it, especially since switching to Telehealth.

— Leah W.

Innovate the remote experience

Share images, goal-tracking worksheets, and more with screen-sharing capabilities to enhance your clients’ experience.


SimplePractive is EASY. Easy for the clinicians, easy for the clients. Did I mention it’s easy? Super affordable.

— Jillian E.

Give clients the freedom of choice

New and existing clients can request their own appointments through the Client Portal–including virtual sessions.


Frequently asked questions

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Does insurance reimburse telehealth sessions?

Navigating telehealth reimbursement can be very tricky. In order to find out more about your specific state’s telehealth rules, here are a few resources:

How does informed consent work for telehealth?

Some states do not require consent, while others may require verbal and/or written consent to be stored in the client’s record.
Here’s how to find out what your state requires:

  1. Go to The National Telehealth Policy Resource Center’s state map.
  2. Select your state and scroll down to the Consent section. Here you’ll be able to see whether state law requires you to get client consent, and if there are any corresponding requirements for state Medicaid programs.

How much does Telehealth cost?

Telehealth by SimplePractice costs $10/month/clinician and is only available on the Professional Plan. So your all-in monthly cost as a solo practitioner would be $69 ($59 + $10).

How does billing for telehealth work?

When billing insurance, we recommend that you always check with the individual insurance payer to determine whether telehealth services are covered and, if they are, which codes or modifier should be used for different types of services.

It’s very important to check directly with the insurance payer because coverage for telehealth services is constantly changing.

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