Use Electronic Documentation – be Audit Ready and Compliant
Therap is delighted to be working with provider agencies in a joint goal of improving communication and documentation needs in the developmental disability field. We are here to assist and support you in all phases of transition and will work diligently to make this process as smooth as possible.
Therap can assist you in documentation and management in the following areas:
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With the release of Therap 2012.0, the approved ISP forms of the ISP Program, ISP Plan, Hab Plan and Individual Plan of Protective Oversight and Safeguards (IPOP) modules will have two different versions – one is ‘Static Document’ that reflects the exact view of the form when it was originally approved or updated and another one is ‘Dynamic Document’ that will display the form with the current dynamic data (external information that has changed in the system after the last approve/update such as, Individual’s Contacts, IPOP or the ISP Programs linked within a Hab Plan or ISP Plan). Learn More…
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HIPAA v5010 Electronic Billing
Federal compliance requirements in effect from January 1, 2012
Effective January 1, 2012, providers of developmental disability services are required by a federal mandate to use the HIPAA Version 5010 standard for electronic claim transactions. We are pleased to announce that Therap’s Electronic Billing system has been successfully upgraded to support Version 5010 compliance requirements.
Click here to download a summary of the changes in the latest version. This will provide you with the information you need to make a smooth transition to v5010 Electronic Billing.
Download the following guides to learn how to setup and start the Billing module for the respective service types:
For the complete documentation of Therap’s Billing module, click here.
“Form IRMA” added for New York
in the State Specific Information section of NY-specific GERs
A New York state specific form named ‘Form IRMA’ has been added in the State Specific Information section of GERs. Here a user can record Incident Details, Initial Findings and Physical Findings for an Individual. They may choose the Disposition status and enter the Special Review Committee Minutes in this form. Once an IRMA form is added to a GER, users will be able to export that form in XML format and submit it to the ‘Incident Report and Management Application’ website.
The General Event Reports (GERs) also known as the Incident Reports have been designed to track multiple related incidents for an individual. Using the General Event Reporting tool, users can report and follow-up on a wide range of incidents including injuries, behavioral concerns and accidents among others. Keeping in mind, the requirements of different States, we also have ranges of customized Incident Reporting State Forms included to our GER forms. The GER form for New York includes forms designed according to OPWDD 147, OPWDD 148 and Jonathan’s Law.
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Regional Conference in Buffalo, August 20-21, 2013
Meet the New York Therap team to discuss and see first-hand Therap’s web-based software applications for agencies supporting people with developmental disabilities. Therap’s software suite meets OPWDD/OMIG required forms such as incident reporting – OPWDD 147, OPWDD 148, Jonathan’s Law, medication errors, and uploads to IRMA.
To learn about the details of the event and to register online, visit the conference’s page.
Users Meetings in New York in 2013
Kevin E. Lightle, Ed. D. is doing a series of talks on using technology for OPWDD agencies in from Febuary 2013 onwards. Details & Registration
(These talks are totally free and co-hosted by agencies who are already using Therap. Places you can hope to see him soon are Greenwich, Getzville, Elmira and Valhalla)
Webinars by Certified Trainers
About Therap Events
We arrange many training and support events through out the calendar, such as: Conferences, Information Sessions, User Group Meetings, Webinars etc.
Get a first-hand introduction to Therap’s software system for intellectual and developmental disability providers. Track your progress notes, nursing notes, Habilitation Plans, ISP Plans and goals, incidents, health information, medications, billing, and more. View Details