Only 2 weeks left for the upcoming State Conference in Oacoma, South Dakota on February 20-21, 2019. The conference will be held for two full days of sessions lead by Therap experts. This is a great opportunity to network with your counterparts from across the state.
Therap is working with the South Dakota Division of Developmental Disabilitiesto provide Data Collection, Plan Sharing, Case Management Billing, and Critical Incident Reporting. South Dakota has implemented Critical Incident Report (CIR), Service Support Section of ISP Plan, Case Note Billing, Quarterly Monitoring Report and many more. Providers in South Dakota cannot bill for current month’s services unless the person has been discharged. Newly admitted individuals will need to be assigned to a Case Manager, enrolled in a program and have a Service Authorization in place.
The conference will be a good place to learn about new developments in the Therap system, along with individual support documentation and reporting, electronic health records (EHR) and training management from the technology leader in the developmental disabilities field. There will be beginner, intermediate and advanced level sessions.
Here are four great reasons to join us:
Attend this two-day event and walk away with a wealth of knowledge
Learn how to maximize use of Therap’s tools
Connect with Therap-South Dakota User Community and share best practices
Enjoy highly informative session tracks and take advantage of networking opportunities
About the Presenters:
Justin M. Brockie is a Chief Operating Officer at Therap. Justin has worked directly with state and county governments and large multi-state providers. He has led Therap’s development, technical, customer support and training teams in devising new, innovative solutions to issues confronted by human service professionals.
Jeff Mau is a Business Development Consultant at Therap. Jeff became familiar with Therap platform when he took on the role of Regional Therap Coordinator for Mosaic, a national service platform. He primarily works with agencies in Iowa, Minnesota, and Nebraska.
Leah Sewell is a Senior State Implementation Specialist at Therap. Prior to joining Therap, Leah used Therap system for documentation of supports in Southern Maine. She currently provides online training and support to providers involved in the statewide implementation of Therap.
Jeff Covington is a Deputy Director of State Implementation at Therap. Jeff has extensive experience in project management and leading a diverse team to successful outcomes. His role is to oversee the implementation of Therap for States.
Click here to register for the conference and also visit our state page to know more what Therap has in store for the users in South Dakota.