This beginner course addresses the important aspects of managing information and technology that has become an integral component of the practice of psychiatry and medicine, especially for those in private practice. Finding ways to make technology work both as a means of communication and as a way of keeping up-to-date on current changes in the field is an important goal. Whether it is collaborating with a colleague over the Internet, using a teleconferencing system, participating in a social network as a career resource, using a smartphone or tablet to connect via email, obtaining critical drug information at the point of care, or evaluating the impact of various treatments in health care management, there are many ways and reasons to integrate technology in the practice of psychiatry. The course faculty will review the technology trends, applications, gadgets, and other novel technologies in the future of patient interaction. We will explore the evolving role of tablets, smartphones, and social media as mediums for clinical practice. This course will explore many of the ways that clinicians can use technology to manage and improve their practice.