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

Things to see in Therap 8.4

Have you noticed that you can now attach documents to an Individual Data Form?This is a very cool feature that we’ve been asked for a while and included in last weekend’s release.As you can see you can add up to 10Mb of files to any IDF leaving plenty room for things like scanned copies of medical cards, birth certificates, or other vital documents.  Remember if you find that when you scan something the file size is too big, turn down the detail on your scanner you probably never use the level of detail it is set to.Over in our General Event Reports we have added another much requested feature by adding increased detail to our body diagram.  You can thank the great State of Missouri (or is that Missoura, still no-one can tell me definitively which I should use) as we added this detail when we added their state incident report.As you can see, we have added things like specific fingers and toes.You just have to be careful if you are in the State of Connecticut these don’t map properly to the 255 Incident Report. We have identifies the problem and fixed it in our code base.  We hope to […]

By |September 10th, 2009|Categories: Therap 8.4|Tags: , , |Comments Off

Welcome to Therap 8.4

This morning we released the latest of our Fall 2009 Iterations: Therap 8.4There are a whole bunch of goodies (including the Report Library and Splash Pages that didn’t quite make 8.3You can read all about it in the Release Notes:General Response to <<Feedback>> will now be sent to user’s Secure Communications Inbox.Providers will now be able to create custom Splash pages for communicating with their staff.For all scheduled downtime / system upgrade of Therap Applications, a notice will be displayed in advance. This will enable users to save the forms they were working on and not loose any data. IP addresses of login/logout records are now shown in User Activity Tracking.Names of Individuals will now appear as sorted in alphabetical order for child provider individual list.Users without having regular Secure Communications enabled will still be able to receive Notifications and <<Feedback>> responses through Secure Communications. Custom Report Library Custom Report Library is a new feature that enhances Therap’s overall reporting functionality. This library will have some default reports already added by Therap. In addition to those, each Provider will be able to have ten most frequently used […]

By |September 6th, 2009|Categories: Therap 8.4|Tags: |Comments Off

Have a great holiday weekend!

Especially if, like us, you work all weekend!And keep an eye out for a few pleasant suprises that may well pop up along the way!:: Justin ::

By |September 4th, 2009|Categories: Therap 8.4|Tags: |Comments Off