Therap's New Training Management System is getting close!

Therap’s Training Management System (TMS) has undergone a huge overhaul based on several years of customer feedback.

We hope to bring you the new release later this month.

If you are an existing TMS user, you should sign up for one of the webinars listed below that Kara is doing to show how your data will work in the new system.

All your data will be migrated across, though there will be a few blanks in places where we will now do much more in the way of activity and change tracking than we did in the previous version.

:: Justin ::This webinar will cover what updates we will be making to the TMS system.  Our estimated release for these changes is towards the end of September.  Definitely join in, if you are a current TMS user, so that you can be prepared for the changes.  You can also join in if you’re planning on using TMS in the future and just want to keep on top of what’s coming soon. 

The Training Management System (TMS) facilitates the communication of information regarding training classes and certification. Agencies can monitor and manage information on necessary staff trainings that are required by both state and agency policies and procedures.Register for […]

By |September 2nd, 2010|Categories: TMS|Tags: |Comments Off

More ways to learn about the new TMS

Hopefully you have already watched Kara’s videos. If not, click here.

If you are more of a static document sort of person, then why not check out the summary document that you can read at your leisure.

Tomorrow I’m getting a look at the latest update, so there should be more exciting news!

:: Justin ::

 

By |August 16th, 2010|Categories: TMS|Tags: |Comments Off

More of Kara's introduction to the new TMS

I told you that there would be much more!

Here’s a start!

Again, remember that you are being given an early peak into something that is still in development.  There will be changes.

:: Justin ::

By |August 10th, 2010|Categories: TMS|Tags: |Comments Off

Get ready for the next generation of TMS

We are very excited to be in the final stages of bringing you a significant upgrade to Therap’s Training Management System.

Based on lots of feedback there are all sorts of new features and capabilities.

Take a look at Kara’s first introduction:

Remember, this is still in development, so there will be changes before the release.

Much more to come!

:: Justin ::

By |August 10th, 2010|Categories: TMS|Tags: |Comments Off

A first glimpse at the next generation of TMS

I always get really excited when I get the chance to look at a new Therap feature or module as it nears completion.

This is no exception!

Yan and Pushpita have been working really hard to bring you the next generation of TMS (our Training Management System) chock full of enhancements (and even a few requested features!)

I’m not quite sure when we will see a production release, but it won’t be too long so keep your eyes open as we will be running bunches of webinars to make the transition as easy as possible for you.

Here’s a few teaser screenshots (click on them for full size versions)

 

:: Justin ::

By |August 2nd, 2010|Categories: TMS|Tags: |Comments Off

Have you tried linking your follow up appointments in Therap?

When we brought out Therap 8.12, we included a feature that we have been asked for a lot: The ability to see all the follow-up (and the previous) appointments an individual has with a doctor.

Not only will this make it easier for scheduling and documenting medical appointments, it’s also going to make it much easier to show surveyors that you completed all the required follow up for any given appointment (and actually find the proof!
:: Justin ::

By |July 14th, 2010|Categories: Health Tracking|Tags: |Comments Off

Pogue on Electronice Health Records

Not exactly what we do, but enough parallels to make this work reading.Check out David Pogue’s interview with Dr. David Blumenthal, the President’s medical-records czar.:: Justin ::

By |October 17th, 2009|Categories: Blogging, Health Tracking|Tags: |Comments Off

Montana Incident Report Updated

Things are moving on apace in Montana since we won the RFP there. Hopefully you have been keeping track of all of Maureen’s travels around the state. We have now visited virtually every single provider in the State of Montana and the move towards a paperless state is gaining momentum!As part of this process (and we are learning a lot along the way too!) we released an update last night (Therap 8.4.2) which simplifies the completing of the Montana State Incident Report.:: Justin ::

By |September 30th, 2009|Categories: General Event Reports, Montana, Therap 8.4|Tags: , |Comments Off

More exciting times in Minot

Today was day two of the NDACF Conference in North Dakota.  There are some great things going on here.This morning I met with folks from Enable, HIT, and Community Options who along with Pride are pioneering sharing data between providers.  It is a fascinating process to work out exactly who has rights to what information and who retains ownership.  What makes it work is the fact that these agencies are committed to transparency, trust each other, and are looking for innovative ways to provide the best possible supports to the citizens of Bismarck and Mandan.  It is through the work and leadership of people like these that we will develop even more comprehensive cross-provider features for the entire country.We are also discussing a new pilot for providing state wide incident reporting through Therap from all North Dakotan providers to the State.  Based on our experience in Delaware, this is going to be an amazingly smooth and swift state wide implementation.Tomorrow, it’s time to come home.:: Justin ::

By |April 30th, 2009|Categories: General Event Reports, North Dakota|Tags: |Comments Off

More excitment with the College of Direct Support

Almost time for Side by Side Technology II in Murfreesboro, Tennesee.

To celebrating we will be showing off the latest iteration in our interface between Therap and The College of Direct Support.

As long as you are a CDS Customer and have used CDS to set up and take your lessons, then you can link your CDS account to your Therap one.

This will allow you to keep an eye on what is going on with your trainings on CDS by clicking the link in your TMS box:

Clicking on “CDS Lessons” will bring you to a page where you can see your current status:

And then, your CDS page and all the great CDS content is just a click away!

Be sure to tell Tanm what you think and what else you would like the interface to do.

:: Justin ::

By |April 24th, 2009|Categories: College of Direct Support, Therap Conferences, TMS|Tags: , , |Comments Off