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Web-Based Documentation and Communication Software System for Providers Supporting People with Developmental Disabilities

HIPAA, HITECH, ARRA Compliant Documentation for Agencies Supporting People with Developmental DisabilitiesTherap Services, LLC. is a web-based service organization that provides an integrated solution for documentation, reporting and communication needs of agencies providing support to people with developmental disabilities. It offers an easy and efficient alternative to the immense amount of paper work that is done manually by the care providers.

 

  • Integrated Suite of Online Applications
    meeting and exceeding, the needs of the developmental disability community. Visit our Products & Services page to find out more.
  • State of the Art Technology
    committed to service availability and data security and integrity and uses a highly redundant set of hardware and software. The system has been designed such that the services can be accessed via the internet from anywhere, anytime.
  • Excellent Global Team
    built on the core of the founders, the Therap team now includes more than 100 skilled professionals.
  • Innovative Approach to Customer Support
    comprising a wide variety of support and training options provided as a part of services, and a team of professionals working closely with providers to make sure the transition to electronic documentation is smooth.
Patents

U.S. Patent #8,739,253

Managing Secure Sharing of Private Information Pertaining to Abuse or Neglect Across Security Domains, issued June 18, 2014.

Abstract:A method of granting a user in a first organization access to private information stored within an authorization profile of a second organization, an access agreement between the two organizations is formed. Authorization is requested for the user, the authorization profile is retrieved, and authorization to private information pertaining to abuse or neglect is granted if authorized by the access agreement. In a method of authorizing access by users to private information pertaining to abuse or neglect stored by an organization as associated with a program, three types of caseloads are defined. The first authorizes access to information of a first individual of a first program, the second authorizes access to information of a second individual of all programs, and the third authorizes access to information of all individuals of a second program.

U.S. Patent #8,281,370

Managing Secure Sharing of Private Information Across Security Domains, issued October 2, 2012.

Abstract: Systems and methods for sharing information across at least two organization is described. A physical node may receive a request for authorization for a user in an organization to access an individual’s information in another organization. The request may be logged. The physical node may determine whether the user is authorized to access the individual’s information and, if it is, provide appropriate access.

U.S. Patent #8,528,056

Managing secure sharing of private information across security domains via a communication link, including through the internet, wireless communications, mobile devices, a telephone network, and electronic messaging, issued September 3, 2013.

Abstract: A system and method of sharing information among at least two organizations via a communication link comprising the Internet, Wireless Communications, Mobile Devices, a Telephone Network, and Electronic Messaging. A request is made for authorization for a user in the first organization to access one or more individual’s information in a second organization. The request is logged and authorization is determined based on access profile, caseloads profile and roles associated with the user and the type of individual’s information in the second organization.

U.S. Patent #8,613,054

Managing Secure Sharing of Private Information Across Security Domains Using an Access Profile, issued December 17, 2013.

Abstract: In a method of granting a user in a first organization access to private information stored within an access profile of a second organization, an access agreement between the two organizations is formed. Authorization is requested, access profile is retrieved, and granted if authorized by the access agreement. In order to authorize user access to private information, three types of caseloads are defined. Authorization is requested for the user to access one or more of the caseloads, and access to one or more caseloads is granted to the user.

U.S. Patent #8,615,790

Managing Secure Sharing of Private Information Across Security Domains Using Multiple Caseloads, issued December 24, 2013.

Abstract: In a method of granting a user in a first organization access to private information stored within an authorization profile of a second organization, an access agreement between the two organizations is formed. Authorization is requested, authorization profile is retrieved, and granted if authorized by the access agreement. In order to authorize user access to private information, three types of caseloads are defined. Authorization is requested for the user to access one or more of the caseloads, and access to one or more caseloads is granted to the user.

 
U.S. Patent #8,819,785

Managing Secure Sharing of Private Medication Information Across Security Domains, issued August 26, 2014.

Abstract: In a method of granting a user in a first organization access to private medication information stored within an authorization profile of a second organization, an access agreement between the two organizations is formed. Authorization is requested, authorization profile is retrieved, and granted if authorized by the access agreement. In order to authorize user access to private medication information, stored by an organization as associated with a program, three types of caseloads are defined. The first authorizes access to medical information of a first individual of a first program, the second authorizes access to medication information of a second individual of all programs, and the third authorizes access to medication information of all individuals of a second program. Authorization for access is requested and granted for the user to access one or more of the caseloads.