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Regional Conference in Burnsville, Minnesota is Coming Your Way

Not a Therap User? Seeking a better, more comprehensive documentation system? Simply want to learn about the nation’s leading I/DD data management platform? Then, this is the conference for you!

Join the Minnesota Therap user community at the Regional Conference in Burnsville, Minnesota. This event is for all providers, regardless of size, and provides an excellent opportunity to network and learn from each other. The conference is scheduled for August 27-28, 2019 and will be held at Best Western Premier Nicollet Inn.

Discussion will include:

  • Therap Basics
  • Health Tracking/Nursing
  • Minnesota Billing via Therap
  • Scheduling / EVV
  • Employment History
  • BI for Demographics/GERs/Health Tracking/Billing Data
  • Therap Mobile Apps

Click here to know more about the sessions.

Our Therap experts Jeff Mau, Stephanie Masters Norton, Dawn Gilder, Catherine Hauser, Kristen Staiert, and Susan Allen will walk you through the sessions and will answer the questions that you may have.

Click here to register for the conference.

Click here to know what Therap has in store for the users in Minnesota.

By |2019-07-29T07:19:56+00:00July 29th, 2019|Categories: Regional Conference|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Regional Conference in Burnsville, Minnesota is Coming Your Way

Missouri Therap Community: SWMO Area User Group

Join our upcoming User Group Meeting for Missouri Therap Community: SWMO Area for user discussion and workshops focused on your specific state and region. This interactive user group meeting will take place on Friday, April 19th from 10:00 am-2:00 pm (CDT) and will be hosted by Nova Center of the Ozarks. Lunch will be provided for registered attendees and space is limited. So sign up soon to reserve your team’s seats!

Discussion Content:
– System and State Updates
– User Discussion: Bring your ideas and tips to share!
– Q&A and In-Person Support From Therap Staff

Over 100 service organizations throughout the state use Therap solutions for documentation, improved support team communication, scheduling, and more! The Missouri Therap Community consists of residential, day, employment, aging, and pharmacy providers and continues to grow. Therap can be used to meet the documentation and communication needs of human service providers; the Missouri Therap Community currently uses Therap in I/DD Services, Employment Services, Home Health Services, and Early Intervention Services.

Know your presenters:

Stacy Wilson is a Business Development Consultant at Therap. She began her work serving individuals in the Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) field in 2007 as a Direct Support Professional, followed by roles in program coordination, and most recently serving as the Assistant Director at Harmony House Care Homes in Blue Springs, Missouri.

Bonnie Sorrells is a Training and Implementation Specialist at Therap. She previously worked for Ouachita Enrichment Centers in South Arkansas as The Director of Adult Services and HIPAA Coordinator for 15 years during which she received training in HIPAA, behavioral planning, case management, medication management, and supported employment. 

Jeremy Gibson is a Training Specialist at Therap. He began his career in the Intellectual and Development Disability (I/DD) field in 2011 as a Direct Care employee for an agency. Prior to joining Therap, he had planned and executed agency wide training and worked closely with agency’s trainers. He also worked in a QA role previously and assisted with ensuring health and safety standards were met for CARF accreditation.

Caiti Woodburn is a Training and Implementation Specialist at Therap. She has been working in the developmental disabilities field since 2008. Prior to joining Therap, Caiti has worked as a Direct Care Staff and also had experience as a user and provider administrator of Therap system.

Click here to register for the User Group Meeting.

Click here to know more about Missouri State.

By |2019-04-07T10:21:30+00:00April 7th, 2019|Categories: User Group|Tags: , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Missouri Therap Community: SWMO Area User Group

Need help filling out the Security Risk Assessment (SRA) tool?

Therap has a video that is hot off the press to assist you to fill out your Security Risk Assessment.  Click below to view this video:

You can also find this video on Therap’s home page.

Here is more information regarding the Security Risk Assessment from the HHS website:

A new security risk assessment (SRA) tool to help guide health care providers in small to medium sized offices conduct risk assessments of their organizations is now available from HHS.

The SRA tool is the result of a collaborative effort by the HHS Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) and Office for Civil Rights (OCR). The tool is designed to help practices conduct and document a risk assessment in a thorough, organized fashion at their own pace by allowing them to assess the information security risks in their organizations under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Security Rule. The application, available for downloading at www.HealthIT.gov/security-risk-assessmentalso produces a report that can be provided to auditors.

HIPAA requires organizations that handle protected health information to regularly review the administrative, physical and technical safeguards they have in place to protect the security of the information. By conducting these risk assessments, health care providers can uncover potential weaknesses in their security policies, processes and systems.  Risk assessments also help providers address vulnerabilities, potentially preventing health data breaches or other adverse security events. A vigorous risk assessment process supports improved security of patient health data.

Conducting a security risk assessment is a key requirement of the HIPAA Security Rule and a core requirement for providers seeking payment through the Medicare and Medicaid EHR Incentive Program, commonly known as the Meaningful Use Program.

“Protecting patients’ protected health information is important to all health care providers and the new tool we are releasing today will help them assess the security of their organizations,” said Karen DeSalvo, M.D., national coordinator for health information technology. “The SRA tool and its additional resources have been designed to help health care providers conduct a risk assessment to support better security for patient health data.”

“We are pleased to have collaborated with the ONC on this project,” said Susan McAndrew, deputy director of OCR’s Division of Health Information Privacy. “We believe this tool will greatly assist providers in performing a risk assessment to meet their obligations under the HIPAA Security Rule.”

The SRA tool’s website contains a User Guide and Tutorial video to help providers begin using the tool. Videos on risk analysis and contingency planning are available at the website to provide further context.

The tool is available for both Windows operating systems and iOS iPads. Download the Windows version athttp://www.HealthIT.gov/security-risk-assessment. The iOS iPad version is available from the Apple App Store(search under “HHS SRA tool”).


Michelle :)


By |2016-11-03T09:56:38+00:00August 21st, 2015|Categories: Announcement, Michelle Saunders|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Need help filling out the Security Risk Assessment (SRA) tool?

Can you afford a HIPAA violation?

Does your agency have an extra $50,000 to spare to pay for HIPAA violation fines? If not, then you will want to read this article. The responsible agency was a small agency in Idaho and the fines were associated with the theft of a laptop from an employee’s vehicle: More here

Please call Therap today to discuss ways that you can minimize the possibility of this happening at your agency.

Michelle :)

By |2016-11-03T09:56:50+00:00January 8th, 2014|Categories: Michelle Saunders|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Can you afford a HIPAA violation?

Up and going

I just had the great pleasure of being in St. Charles Missouri for the past two days to train our newest agency Willows Way! They will be starting with Tlogs and Scomms during their first phase. After that they look forward to documenting the goals and outcomes of the clients they support. Willows Way has a lovely facility where they run there day program from. But that’s not all! They also have ISL as well as Community Integration. This is a wonderful company that is going places and Therap is glad to help them get there!