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Using Therap with old versions of Internet Explorer

Here at Therap we are continually working to bring you new and better features along with a reliable and secure application.  That application is delivered to you via your browser.  In order to give you the best experience, we need to be able to access features that may not have been included in older browsers. This is particularly the case with Internet Explorer.  Microsoft no longer supports versions of Internet Explorer prior to IE11.  This means that older browsers do not get functionality and security updates.  We will therefore be focusing our development on IE11 and above. You can read Microsoft's view here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/WindowsForBusiness/End-of-IE-support We know some of you need to use older browsers for other systems or have other reasons [...]

By |May 18th, 2016|Categories: Internet Explorer|Tags: , |Comments Off on Using Therap with old versions of Internet Explorer

Have you looked at the Pharmacy Interface?

With out last release, our pharmacy interface is (finally!) up and running. This means that is your pharmacy uses either QS1 Primecare or Speedscript as their pharmacy software then you can now link to them so that each time your pharmacist dispenses a medication it shows up in your Therap account. You can learn more about Therap's pharmacy interface here. If you would like to explore setting it up, please fill out the form here. :: Justin ::

By |May 17th, 2016|Categories: Pharmacy Interface|Tags: |Comments Off on Have you looked at the Pharmacy Interface?

Therap 2016.1 :: Watch Stephen’s Webinar on the Med History and MAR updates

https://youtu.be/8b8gT4qWZow   If you haven't yet, please take a look at Stephen's webinar about our upcoming release. You should also look at the release notes. And don't forget to download the flyer! :: Justin ::

By |May 11th, 2016|Categories: Therap 2016.1|Tags: , |Comments Off on Therap 2016.1 :: Watch Stephen’s Webinar on the Med History and MAR updates

Therap 2016.1 :: A quick guide to the changes

As I will keep reminding you, this is a very significant release this weekend. I would strongly encourage you to check it out at our beta site: https://beta.therapservices.net. If you haven't used beta before, it works like this:  We take a copy of the database and put it on another server in our secure data centre.  We then load the new software (Therap 2016.1) and run the migration on the database to make it match the new software.  This means that you can go and look at the next version of Therap running on a copy of your data.  When you log in (with your usual credentials) you will see a warning and a red border.  This is so you [...]

By |May 10th, 2016|Categories: Therap 2016.0, Therap 2016.1|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Therap 2016.1 :: A quick guide to the changes

Therap 2016.1 :: Are you ready for the changes in Medication History and MAR?

This coming weekend we will (finally!) be releasing our Pharmacy Interface (much more about that in later posts). The big deal with with this release is that we have made a number of changes in Medication History which you need to go and take a look at before the release. These changes make our Medication History compliant with HL7 standards and add in functionality that we have been looking to add for quite some time like component medications, more flexible scheduling, and definitive end times. In some ways, the biggest task for us is the migration of all our existing Med History and MAR data over to the new structure (you will see we have quite a long downtime to [...]

By |May 9th, 2016|Categories: Health Tracking|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on Therap 2016.1 :: Are you ready for the changes in Medication History and MAR?

Graduating a musician

Having been through a couple of engineering graduations with my daughter Iona, I was intrigued to see what it would be like attending my son Calum's graduation from Berklee College of Music in Boston.  Berklee certainly did not let us down, as is befitting of such an institution, they put on a great show. This year Berklee was awarding honouring degrees to Rita Moreno, the Isley Brothers, Lucian Grainge, and Milton Nascimento. Friday evening was a concert put on to celebrate all of their contributions to music over the last 70 years or so. On Saturday we were treated to some great speeches, focused mostly on how much the world needs art and music, particularly in representing people and views [...]

By |May 8th, 2016|Categories: Calum, Personal|Tags: , |Comments Off on Graduating a musician

The South Carolina State Conference

We are in Columbia, South Carolina for three days of conferencing.  First a day with Case Managers and then two days with service providers. However, before that we had a night out with the Columbia Fireflies, the latest Mets A affiliate at their brand new ballpark.  Much fun!   Since then we have had days meeting with South Carolina folks, with one more to go   :: Justin ::

By |May 4th, 2016|Categories: South Carolina|Tags: , , |Comments Off on The South Carolina State Conference

Tuesday in Batticaloa, Sri Lanka

Today I was lucky enough to visit with MENCAFEP and their founder Chris Stubbs in Batticaloa on the East Coast of Sri Lanka.  It's a world away from the urban environment of Columbo,  but they are doing some great work and it's fascinating to see how Therap will help them. I'm looking forward to developing our relationships with MENCAFEP and other agencies across Sri Lanka over the coming years and proving that access to good data works everywhere.     It was particularly moving when we were given a tour of the local are to see the devastation caused by the 2004 tsunami that still has not be recovered from. One of the other things that is the same the [...]

By |April 5th, 2016|Categories: Sri Lanka|Tags: |Comments Off on Tuesday in Batticaloa, Sri Lanka

Monday in Columbo, Sri Lanka

This week I am in Sri Lanka visiting a number of agencies who have either just started or who are thinking about using Therap. Today I am in Columbo and visited the Child Guidance Center who are in the process of implementation.  I met with the Center's director Leela Gunasinghe who has put together some great programs and supports some of the cutest kids you have ever met! Given that I'm in a new place for me, I had to get my #capitolselfie and do some sightseeing     

By |April 4th, 2016|Categories: Sri Lanka|Comments Off on Monday in Columbo, Sri Lanka

Release notes for Therap 2016.0

We have now published the release notes for our upcoming release. Please take the time to read them so that you are ready when the new functionality arrives. :: Justin :: Login Page Dashboard Search User Interface (UI) Individual Home Page For Oversight Providers and Case Management Providers Individual Data Form Individual Intake Individual Data Form Search Assessment Type For users in New York – Assessment Type Emergency Data Form Provider Administration Activity Tracking User List Super Role Health Tracking Infection Tracking Appointments Consultation Form-For user(s) in New Mexico Supported Employment Tracking Pay Period Record Search Diagnosis List Individual Support Plan For Washington Users Personal Focus Worksheet ISP Data ISP Report NY ISP For Users in New York – Attachments [...]

By |March 3rd, 2016|Categories: Therap 2016.0|Tags: , |Comments Off on Release notes for Therap 2016.0

Puerto Rico joins the Therap Community

I am very excited no announce another exciting development for Therap. We have been selected by Puerto Rico Department of Health, Division of Services for People with Intellectual Disabilities (DSPDI) to implement Therap across the Commonwealth. While we are still in the very, early stages of the project, we already have met a great group of people who seem to be as excited to get moving with Therap as we are to help them in achieving their goals of better services and supports for Puerto Ricans with intellectual disabilities. It should also help many of our other users as the team here have agreed to work with us to enhance our Spanish translations within the application and our training and [...]

By |February 20th, 2016|Categories: Puerto Rico|Tags: , |Comments Off on Puerto Rico joins the Therap Community

Staff Ratio Tracking :: New in Therap 2016.0

This is one of those modules that you are either going to think is the greatest thing since T-Logs or you are going to wonder what the point is.  Which camp you fall into will most likely depend completely on which state you work in.  Folks in places like Maine, Ohio, and Indiana should really like this. The basic goal is to allow you to easily record in real time what the ratios of staff to individuals are in a given program on any day. This is an agency wide module, so it is not filtered by caseload (hence it showing on the agency tab). You start off by making a template.  A template is just a list of the [...]

By |February 18th, 2016|Categories: Staff Ratio Tracking, Therap 2016.0|Tags: , |Comments Off on Staff Ratio Tracking :: New in Therap 2016.0

Locking and Deactivating Users in Therap 2016.0

We are making a slight change to the way that you temporarily keep users out of the system in our upcoming release.  Don't forget that you can try out Therap 2016.0 at https://beta.TherapServices.net There are two user statuses that do not allow them to log in, Locked and Inactive. (actually Pending doesn't either but that doesn't really count in this conversation! Locked has been what happened when you entered an incorrect password too many times or did not change your password within the required time.  This will still be the case, but we are now offering the opportunity to set a user's status to Locked.  This is what you would do if you wanted to temporarily stop them logging in, [...]

By |February 16th, 2016|Categories: Beta, Therap 2016.0|Tags: |4 Comments

Have you tried the new Individual Home on your phone?

The new individual home which you can find by logging into our Beta release of Therap 2016.0 at https://beta.TherapServices.net is the first module showing our new User Interface (UI) which we will be gradually rolling out across the whole application. The UI is designed to be "responsive".  This means that it will configure itself to whatever size screen you are working on, even your phone! If you remember what Individual Home looks like on your regular screen, it is something like this:   On your phone though it looks like this:  or this   or this   or even this  What might be even cooler is that is the information is too big for that box, you can just slide it [...]

By |February 12th, 2016|Categories: Therap 2016.0, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Have you tried the new Individual Home on your phone?

Therap for iOS :: Coming in Therap 2016.0

There are many questions that I get asked repeatedly, pretty high on the list is "When are we getting an iOS App".  Well, the answer is now "With Therap 2016.0".  While it won't be as fully featured as the Android one yet, what we have done is establish an iOS team to work specifically on this.  What you will see first is the foundation which the other modules will be added to over the course of 2016. Starting with the new login screen, you'll notice it is very similar to the Android App.  It does use exactly the same data, but there are places where the look and feel differs a little as we conform to device specific standards. As [...]

By |February 8th, 2016|Categories: Therap 2016.0|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Therap for iOS :: Coming in Therap 2016.0