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Therap 2014.4 Released!

Therap 2014.4 Released!

Version 2014.4 of Therap Applications has been released!

To learn more about the new features and enhancements included in this release, please view Release 2014.4 User Guides

We look forward to your comments and suggestions regarding the features introduced in Therap 2014.4, please feel free to write to us.

Billing module specific Updates

Institutional Claim

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  • Rate Code and Rate Value columns added to Service Lines section on the Institutional Claim form. 

    Screenshot highlighting the new columns in Service Lines sections
Patient Responsibility Amount ($) field

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  • The Patient Responsibility Amount ($) field displayed on Claim forms and Service forms will be blank by default. Previously a ’0.00′ value was displayed by default on the ‘Patient Responsibility Amount ($)’ field. 

    Screenshot highlighting the Patient Responsibility Amount field
Service Authorization

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  • Apply once in a month option added for Patient Responsibility Amount ($) field on the Service form. If this field is selected by users, then the patient responsibility amount will be applied only one time per month on Claim forms. 

    Screenshot highlighting the Apply once a month field
Leave Rule (ICF Billing)

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  • This release will change the look and feel of the Leave Rule set up page. The new Leave Rule page is more detailed and comprehensive. 
  • A new option Group Per Revenue Code option has been added for Billing Data Grouping Type on the Leave Rule page for ICF Billing. 
  • In addition to these, a Note has been added for each of the options for ‘Rate Source’, ‘Billing Data Grouping Type’, and ‘Billing for Non Covered Days’ that provides a brief description of the items to select from. 


  • For ICF Billing, Bill Data can be generated for Service Authorization starting from the middle of the month.

For Users in New York

Daily Supervised IRA Settings

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  • A note has been added on the Daily Supervised IRA Settings page for the Users in New York to guide them to set up correctly in the system. This will reduce the chance of errors and proper data can be generated. Also, the column for Rate Code and Rate Value has been swapped in the Daily Supervised IRA Settings for the Users in New York. The default value of the Rate Code field will be 24. 


    • For Daily Supervised IRA, Attendance data that has been Submitted for Billing can be changed back to In Prep if No billing data was generated for that particular day. 


    • At the bottom of the Attendance Data Update page, users can click on the Reset Status to In Prep button to change the status of the Attendance Data that was Submitted for Billing to In Prep


    • The Attendance Grid will then display that Attendance Data in In Prep status. 


    • Once you click on the In Prep Attendance Data, a System Message on the top of the Attendance Data Update page will display that the status of this particular Attendance Data was changed to In Prep from Submitted for Billing


  • In order to show P,T, or R for presence status in Supervised IRA Hab Checklist Report, Option Name in Attendance type must contain the words Present,Therapeutic or Retainer respectively. Previously it was restricted to Present, Therapeutic Leave and Retainer day. 

    To generate Hab Checklist report for Supervised IRA Res Hab, Attendance Option Code and Name must be configured as follows:
    P Present (Must have the word ‘Present’)
    T Therapeutic Leave (Must have the word ‘Therapeutic’)
    R Retainer Day (Must have the word ‘Retainer’)

ISP Report

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  • In the ISP clinician report, ISP data will be sorted according to begin time. Previously, it was sorted according to date only. 


For Users in Arkansas

Inactive Record Form (IRF)

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  • Users with the ‘Individual’ administrative role will be able to access Inactive Record Forms (IRF) under the Admin tab on the Dashboard. The records of the Inactive Individuals are entered in the ‘Inactive Record Form’ in the system. 


  • The Inactive Record Form appears in a read only mode and users can only view the form. The fields in the ‘Inactive Record Form’ are similar to the IDF Extension form of Arkansas. 

IDF Extension

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  • New fields Sub Disablility1Sub Disablility2 and Case Management Only have been added in the IDF Extension form. 


  • The drop down menu in the IDF Extension form has been sorted alphabetically. Also Code and Description have been added for the options to select from in the drop down menu for DDS StatusCMS StatusDDS Caseload Status and Reason Closed


  • The Search page has been renamed as Search IDF Extension

For Users in North Dakota

Overall Service Plan (OSP)

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  • A new section Waiver & Level of Care Check has been added in all types of OSP. This will determine whether an Individual is receiving waiver services or not. 


  • If you select Yes, the Acknowledgement section will appear where you would need to select both the options to approve the OSP. ‘Waiver & Level of Care Check’ and ‘Acknowledgement’ sections will also appear in the PDF of OSP. 

Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP)

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  • Copy Button has been added in Active IFSP. User can copy the full from and edit it. 

Person Centered Service Plan (PCSP)

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  • Copy Button has been added in Active PCSP. User can copy the full from and edit it. 


T-log module specific Update

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  • With this release, a ‘Back’ Button has been added to T-log view form.


Call for Presentations for Therap’s National Conference 2015 in Atlanta, Georgia

We are offering an opportunity to any Therap user who is interested in presenting either in a seminar/tutorial or panel discussion format. Therap users can also include surveyors, families, state caseworkers or others who are interacting with agencies using Therap. The goal of the conference is to share best practices and innovation in the use of Therap. Attendees and Presenters will have the opportunity to share and collaborate with current, new, and potential users of the system.

Some suggested topics for presentations are:

  • Getting the buy in for Therap at your agency
  • Agency Guidelines for Use – In particular agencies which can share written policy guidelines
  • The transition to paperless
  • Time and Cost Savings
  • Implementing Therap as a state
  • Implementing Therap as a county
  • Working with unified individuals
  • Addressing Quality Assurance Standards
  • Quality of Documentation and Care
  • Dealing with certification and surveyors
  • Working with Families
  • Sharing data between agencies
  • Using Therap Global Library
  • Staff hiring and training issues
  • Interface with other industry systems (College of Direct Support, accounting packages, etc)
  • State specific issues
  • IT, hardware and infrastructure issues
  • Reporting and analysis
  • Using mobile devices
  • Writing policies about electronic documentation
  • Discussions on how your agency uses specific modules














You may submit your presentation proposal dealing with any of the topics listed above or any other area that addresses your experiences with the Therap System.

Your proposal should include the following information:

  1. Contact information for presenters including: names, academic degrees, titles, affiliations, mailing addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses (e-mail correspondence is preferred). Please list only the names of presentation authors who will be speaking at the conference.
  2. Please describe the presentation format. Please be advised that due to time and space limitations, Therap Services, LLC reserves the right to determine the length and format of each session.
  3. Title of your presentation

Abstract/Session Description:

  1. Include a 1 paragraph abstract of the proposed conference presentation.
  2. Provide a concise 1 – 2 sentence session description that may be used in our conference brochure and schedule.

Deadline and Acknowledgment of Submissions:
Please submit your abstract with cover sheet soon to for consideration. Notification of acceptance will be provided via phone or e-mail.

Note: We have an early decision deadline of August 30, 2014. Presenters will receive a complimentary conference registration.Agencies may submit multiple individuals and may receive multiple complimentary registrations.

For more information, please contact us

Therap for Families :: Would you be interested in using Therap for tracking information about a family member?

Over the years, I have often thought that Therap would make a great tool for families to track their health and other data in a secure private way. This would especially be the case if a family member had a disability which increased the number of people involved and the amount of health information that needs to be tracked.

I know from my own experience how often I have to produce things like: a medication history, a diagnosis history, a list of doctors and appointments. I also know how tricky it can be to keep a whole circle of support up to date with the latest changes in someone’s life and supports.

All of this information can easily be tracked in Therap. At the moment though, our user interface is built more around the idea of an agency and its staff using the system rather than a family, but we thought rather than guess at what a family would want to see, why not get some families to try out the system as it is and come back to us with recommendations?

We then wondered about where to find families who would understand what we were looking for and be able to jump right in and start using Therap? Well, there are more than 200,000 people out there who are using Therap right now, so that seems like a great place to start!

So, if you are a Therap user and would like to set up an account to use for yourself and/or your family, here’s our offer:

  • Join the Therap for Families Beta Program
  • No charge access to a Therap Account for 3 years
  • Requirements include:
    • Use the account at least monthly
    • Provide feedback on your experience
  • Limitations
    • Up to 5 family members (individuals)
    • Up to 20 Users
    • No linking to other accounts.
  • Available modules:
    • IDF
    • T-Logs
    • SComm
    • Health Tracking
    • MAR
    • Time Tracking
    • ISP Programs/Data
    • Individual Home
    • Individual History
  • Support
    • Set-up via phone/webinar
    • Ongoing via email or weekly open chat/phone hours
  • This offer is available until July 31st, 2014

If you have questions about Therap for Families or would like to sign up for the program, please contact:

:: Justin ::

It’s My Life! Conference in La Vista, Nebraska, September 22-24, 2014

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Therap is very excited to be a part of the It’s My Life! Conference being presented by the State of Nebraska outside Omaha this September.

The It’s My Life! Colossal Conference will harness systems and resources to support people with developmental disabilities in living an enviable life. Keynote and breakout sessions will address a wide variety of subjects within five general tracks. Those tracks are Behavioral, Habilitation, Health, Leadership and Therap.

You can see the conference schedule in full detail here. There are a wide range of exciting presenters and topics for states, providers, families, and self advocates.

Therap will be running three sessions throughout the conference including evening sessions which will be more hands on and more geared towards families and self advocates.

Registration details are below and includes the option of a reduced rate if you want to come to the conference but only attend Therap sessions.  Please not that

Register for this event here

Standard Registration Ends: 09/25/2014

Therap Sessions only – 3 days – $150
Therap Sessions only – 2 days – $130
Therap Sessions only – 1 day – $65

It’s My Life! Conference booklet & Schedule

Venue & Accommodation
Embassy Suites Omaha-La Vista,
Hotel & Conference Center,
12520 Westport Parkway,
La Vista, NE 68128
Reserve hotel here

Release notes for Therap 2014.2

Therap 2014.2 released

If you haven’t already, please make sure that you have read through the release notes for Therap 2014.2 which we just released.

This is especially the case if you are in Arkansas, New York, or North Dakota.  There’s also a bunch of billing functionality including some additional calculations for ICF leave days.


:: Justin ::




Therap Services Announces U.S. Patent Issuance for Secure Electronic Reporting of Abuse or Neglect for I/DD Provider Agencies

Electronic Documentation Software Solution for Intellectual and Developmental Disability Providers Has Been Issued Patent for Managing Secure Sharing of Private Information Pertaining to Abuse or Neglect Across Security Domains

WATERBURY, Conn.June 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Therap Services, leader in electronic documentation software for Intellectual Disability and Developmental Disability Service Providers, has received U.S. Government Patent No. 8,739,253 B2 for Managing Secure Sharing of Private Information Pertaining to Abuse or Neglect Across Security Domains on May 27, 2014.

Justin Brockie, Therap Services COO, states: “The award of this patent again confirms Therap’s status as the software leader in the intellectual disability community.  States and providers using Therap have shown the benefits of our approach to secure transparency and real time sharing.  These approaches can have a direct impact on the systems that support people with disabilities and prevent abuse, neglect and exploitation.”

Therap’s patented application for secure sharing of private information pertaining to abuse or neglect includes granting a staff user from one agency (such as an Oversight Agency) the ability to access private information stored within a secondary Provider Agency account when access authorization is in place through assigned caseloads and permissions. This method ensures that staff members are able to securely access private information based on ‘need to know’.

Therap Services applications and certified Electronic Health Record (EHR) provide the documentation components needed by Intellectual Disability and Developmental Disability Service Agencies to maintain their focus while adapting to a changing environment within the Human Services industry.  State and federal agencies and standards, including CMS and HIPAA, mandate strict requirements on accurately tracking incidents, including those reports of abuse and neglect and prevention of Medicaid fraud. Therap’s customers can complete and monitor documentation efficiently across secure domains, enabling them to focus on providing higher quality services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Therap’s applications are utilized across disciplines in the I/DD field per the CMS home and community-based services (HCBS) requirements. Therap applications include over 70 modules ranging from documentation of service provision through a daily note, to person centered planning tools, incident report management, health assessments and individual care plans, an electronic MAR integrated with an industry-standard drug database, an individual referral process for state and multi-provider systems, a comprehensive report library for internal and external audits, to electronic billing direct to Medicaid through a secure, HIPAA 5010-compliant method.

About Therap Services, LLC

Therap Services’ certified EHR and documentation software solution are utilized by over 220,000 users in 1300 Intellectual Disability and Developmental Disability Provider Agencies. Use of Therap Services is mandated by 5 state governments. Therap’s software solution is used in home and community-based services (HCBS), intermediate care facilities for the developmentally disabled (ICF-DD) and other settings to document waiver service provision, employment supports, case management, incident reporting, management of staff training records and for electronic billing claim submissions directly to Medicaid. Therap Services is HIPAA OMNIBUS ACT of 2013 compliant. Learn more at


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Have you ever thought of being a foster or adoptive parent?

My wife Michele and I have been involved in the respite/foster/adoptive world for the last 25 years or so (no wonder we feel so old!)

Recently we were approached by one of the staff at the Institute for Professional Practice who we were with prior to adopting Siraya.  She wanted to write a piece that would help encourage others to look at becoming foster or adoptive parents.

If you are here in Connecticut, IPP or the Foster Adoptive Mission are great people to get in touch with and I am sure there are similar organizations around the country.  Here’s the piece taken from this month’s FAM newsletter:

In honor of National Foster Care Awareness Month, The Institute of Professional Practice, Inc. (IPPI) would like to recognize and thank one exceptional family that specializes in supporting children with medically complex needs. It is with great pride and sincere appreciation that we share Michele and Justin’s story this month.


Michele and Justin met while working as counselors at a summer camp for children with intellectual disabilities in Long Island. Justin was born and raised in Scotland. He came to the US for three consecutive summers to work at this camp while pursuing a degree as an RN for individuals with special needs. Michelle and Justin’s friendship blossomed into a relationship. They married and started a family while in Scotland for 8 years. In 1995, they moved to Connecticut with their then three year old daughter and six month old son. Michele was a full time homemaker and very involved in her children’s school community. She came to know a family that was foster parenting with IPPI, which sparked her interest in expanding her family through foster care. In 2002, Michele and Justin became licensed with IPPI.


The first child that joined their family was a little girl with a trauma history and significant behavioral issues. They successfully transitioned her into the home of a relative and came to realize that they wanted to focus on fostering individuals with developmental disabilities and medical complexities.   From that point on, this family has cared for three medically complex youth over the span of the past 12 years. Michele and Justin are no longer licensed with IPPI, but they are the proud adoptive parents of a little girl who has made remarkable gains over the years and defied the odds. Let me tell you about little Siraya.


Michele and Justin met Siraya in 2007 when she was just five weeks old. Siraya had a myriad of medical issues and was only given a six month life expectancy. The doctors didn’t believe that she would ever have any physical abilities or emotional experiences. Michele and Justin talked with their two biological children who were now in middle and high school. As a family, they decided to care for this baby and support her for however long she would live. Day by day, week by week, Siraya made very tiny gains that over time translated into small steps in the direction of progress. With the support of a large multidisciplinary treatment team, a ton of love and care, Siraya progressed beyond belief.  On June 18, 2012, Michelle and Justin solidified their lifelong commitment to Siraya through adoption.   To this day, they continue to work with a variety of treatment providers to support Siraya and help her reach her fullest potential. This family has a strong circle of support that includes an occupational therapist, a physical therapist, a behaviorist, a behavioral aide, and nursing services.


I recently caught up with Michelle and she said Siraya is doing remarkably! She is now 7 ½ years old. She crawls at the speed of lightning. They recently had a mobility specialist come to the home and place red stripes on doorways so Siraya can safely maneuver herself throughout the main level of the home. She has an amazing appetite and can now independently feed herself.   Although she is non-verbal and visually impaired, she can communicate through the use of pictures. For instance, you can show her photos of different snack items and she can choose what she wants to eat. She can also push a voice activated button to open the front door, where she loves to sit and feel the sun on her face.

Michele said that every little step is a reward when fostering a medically complex individual. It’s hearing ‘They will never do this’ and then witnessing them defying the odds and actually doing it!  


I asked Michele and Justin what advice they would give someone who was contemplating becoming a foster parent for a medically complex youth. They said, “Set up a network of support and respite services as it really does take a village!”




Christy George-Tottenham, LMFT

The Institute of Professional Practice, Inc.

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Check out The Arc’s upcoming HealthMeet webinars!

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As always, all of our HealthMeet webinars are FREE and open to everyone, so we encourage you to share/post this information with others that may also be interested in learning more about these important topics.

Can’t make it on the day of the webinar? No problem – recordings of all our past webinars can be found on our Webinar Archive page.


Autism Spectrum Disorders: An Overview in Spanish
Date: Saturday, June 21 at 1:00pm – 2:00pm EST

It is estimated that 1 in 68 children has an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Research shows that Hispanic children are often diagnosed later than the national average. With prevalence rates on the rise, it is important that families of underserved communities have access to quality information and resources.

The Autism NOW Center and the Autism Society of America have partnered to offer a free resource to Spanish-speaking families. Join us for this webinar, which will be offered entirely in Spanish, to learn more about autism spectrum disorders. Presenters will provide an overview of ASD; discuss steps involved in screening and diagnosis; address existing barriers for Latino families; and help connect families to resources in their community. Register for this webinar today!

Register here.

The Most Common Medical Problems in Specialized Care for People with I/DD
Date: Wednesday, June 25 at 2:00pm – 3:00pm EST
Presenter: Dr. Ted Feigelman

Persons with I/DD often have the same medical problems as others, but may present in a different fashion. It is after much experience that one may be able to develop insights into these presentations. Join Dr. Ted Feigelman as we discuss some of the common medical issues in this population, and some of the special approaches to address these needs.

Register here.


When in Doubt, Rule It Out: Medical Problems and Aggressive Behaviors of Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ID) and Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
Date: Wednesday, July 9 at 2:00pm – 3:00pm EST
Presenter: Dr. Lauren Charlot

People with ID and ASD have high rates of health problems, and these are often missed or under-treated. Frequently, individuals with these disabilities have difficulty communicating their own symptoms, and the only signs of a medical issue or medication side effect are irritable moods and challenging behaviors. In many cases, psychoactive medications are prescribed to reduce aggression, when a treatable medical problem is the real cause of the clinical problem. The most common medical problems and side effects found in patients with ID and ASD will be presented with tips on how to increase detection. The importance of a multidisciplinary approach to evaluation of aggression and other problem behaviors in people with ID and ASD is emphasized.

Register here.

Screening and Brief Alcohol Intervention: Effective Mechanisms to Prevent FASDs
Date: Thursday, July 10 at 2:00pm – 3:00pm EST
Presenter: Georgiana Wilton, Ph.D.

This webinar will focus on the prevention of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) through SBI. An overview of SBI will be provided followed by effective evidence-based models that can be readily accessed for current practice.

Register here.

Medical Diagnostics and Health Care Justice
Date: Wednesday, July 30 at 2:00pm – 3:00pm EST
Presenters: David Capozzi, Rex Pace and Mary Lou Breslin

Join us for a discussion on medical diagnostics and healthcare justice, with leaders from the US Access Board and the Disability Rights Education & Defense Fund. Attendees will learn updates on the current medical diagnostics rule as well as how to educate others in their communities about health care provider misconceptions and stereotypes.

Register here.

Please see our HealthMeet® Events page for a full calendar of all our upcoming HealthMeet® events at:

Coming Soon :: Therap 2014.2 :: Billing Updates

Therap 2014.2 Coming Soon

We will soon be releasing Therap 2014.2 with a bunch of billing and state-specific updates.  Here’s the billing list so far:

Cost Center


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With this release, users (with Billing administrative privileges) will be able to add forty(40) cost centers under a single Cost Center Type

Screenshot of Cost Center Type 



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The Payer drop-down filed, will display payers sorted in alphabetical order by name. 

Screenshot of Payer 

ISP Billing


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  • With this release, the ‘Generate from ISP Data’ page will be shown in sequence of pages. Each page will display 100 services at a time.
  • A new bundle rule: For the total duration of all ISP Data per day has been added under the ‘Apply Rounding Algorithm’ bundle rule section.

Screenshot of total duration

Users will be unable to select For total duration of all ISP Data per day and Bundle for each day options at the same time
  • The comments section in Billing Data generated with ISP Data will display the bundle rule used during the generation of billing data.
Service Form


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  • Under the ‘Automatic Unit Calculation From Time In/Out’ section, a new option Half Down has been added for Rounding Algorithm. (e.g. 1.295 unit will be rounded to 1.29 and 1.296 unit will be rounded to 1.30)

Screenshot of automatic unit calculation

  • Under the ‘Authorized Units Per Period’ section of the Service Form, users will be able to select two (2) periods, as appropriate by their agency policy. For instance, ‘Period 1′ can be selected for monthly authorized units per period and ‘Period 2′ can be selected for yearly authorized units per period.

Screenshot of Authorized Units per period

  • Period 2 cannot be same as Period 1
  • For monthly Utilization Report, authorized units per month should be specified in Period 1
Revenue Code


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  • With this release the Revenue Code drop-down format has been updated.
  • The Revenue Code drop-down field will be displayed in Service form for Institutional Claim type. If Revenue Code is defined in the Service Description/Code form then, selecting the Revenue Code in the Service form will override the value provided in the Service Description/Code form.
Claim specific updates


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  • An option for sending rejected claims has been added for the Claim Submission section (for both Professional and Institutional claims)
ICF Billing


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  • Users will now be able to check or un-check the Use Leave Rule option in the Attendance Type Update page even after data collection. 


  • Validation Rules and Messages for ICF Billing have been updated.

Therap 2014.1 Release notes

Therap 2014.1 Released!

We are happy to announce that that Version 2014.1 of Therap applications has been released!

To learn more about the new features and enhancements included in this release, please view Release 2014.1 User Guides
We look forward to your comments and suggestions regarding the features introduced in Therap 2014.1, please feel free to write to us .

Individual Data Form

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  • The attachment of Individual’s photo has come under ‘Identification Data’ section of the Individual Data form. Now when the users would download the PDF version of the Individual Data form and Emergency Data form, the Individual’s photo would be shown on the first page. 


Custom Field

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The following changes will take place with this release for already created custom fields:

  1. Custom fields of data type ‘Text’ can be changed to ‘Long Text’ only. 

  2. ‘Field Length’ cannot be reduced. 



Health Tracking

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  • When Excel Files are generated for the Health Tracking modules (Blood Glucose, Height/Weight, Appointments, etc.), user activity is shown in Activity Tracking. 

  • The ‘Delete’ button is added for the convenience of users which helps users to remove Health Care Reports which is no longer required. Users assigned with the ‘Health Care Report’ role are able to delete saved Health Care Reports. 

    Screenshot of the Health Care Report 

  • Generic names are now available in the Vaccine list in addition to the Product/Generic names of the vaccines. When users select only the generic name from the vaccine list, it will allow them to enter the manufacturer names manually into the system. 

    Screenshot displaying the vaccine list 

Individual Support Plan

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Lookup Shared Contact in Professional Services
  • To look up shared contacts in the Professional Services section, users can filter by shared contact NameResponsible Organization and Contact Type

    filter shared contact
Add Service Provider to Service Supports
  • Users can also narrow down the list of service providers before adding them to the Service Supports section by specifying the service provider Name andProvider Code

    filter service provider
Link ISP Program to Action Plan
  • When linking ISP Programs to the Action Plan, users can filter by ISP Program Name and Program Name before selecting the ISP Program from a list. 

    filter ISP Program

Document Storage

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The maximum file size to be uploaded at a time cannot exceed 10 MB and has been increased from 3 MB.

Individual History

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More descriptive texts can now be included in the Description text box area of Social History as their have character limit has been increased from 1000 characters to 3,000 characters. 

Screenshot of the Social History page of the Individual 


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Three new types of event: Fall Without InjuryOut of Home Placement and Threatening Behavior has been added to the GER Other event.

screenshot of new event type in other event

Service Directory

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  • Description of frequency can be added while defining Service Rate of a Service in Service Directory using the new Frequency Description field. This information will appear under the Rate Type drop-down of the Service Authorization of an Individual’s Budget. 

Individual Budgeting

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  • Funding Level and ICAP Score can now be specified while defining IBA of an Individual. These information will also appear in the IBA List and Budget of an Individual. 


  • The Amount field while adding Funding Component to an IBA Worksheet will now accept 11 digits. Previously users could specify 10 digits in the Amountfield. 

Updates for Activity Tracking

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  • With this release users will need to enter the full Form ID instead of partial Form ID in the Form ID field on the Activity Tracking Search page. 

    Activity Tracking screenshot 

    The date range for any search parameters (including search by Form ID) must be within 1 month.
  • With this release, in the Date Range field (From-To), by default a date range of 1 week will be shown. 

    Activity Tracking date range screenshot

Beta removal

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The “Beta” sign is no longer displayed beside any module names.

For Users of North Dakota


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  • A new Standard column has been added to the Support Needs Profile section of the SIS Assessment of an Individual. 


  • The SIS Assessment form of an Individual will now display the total raw score of Home LivingCommunity Living and Health and Safety fields in theTotal Raw Score for A, B and E field. 

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