In just a few hours, we’ll be taking Therap down to start the process of giving you our next release.
- View Release Notes for 2015.0.0
- View Release 2015.0.0 User Guides
- Learn about Individual Based Caseloads 2015.0.0
- Learn about Individual Based Caseloads 2015.0.0 migration rules
If you have been practicing in some of our alternate contexts (see below), you should be aware that we will be refreshing beta and IBbilling-test at the same time we doing the upgrade.
We are going to keep demo running the current version of Therap so that if you need to compare caseloads after the release, you will be able to do so
:: Justin ::
I can never come here without singing Rancid songs as I drive up from Portland or down from Seattle.
Talking of which… We are still working on the update to Beta, I’ll be sure to let you know when it is reay to play with.
:: Justin ::
As you hopefully know by now, we are in the progress of transitioning to Individual Based Caseloads. If you haven’t watched the Webinar and answered the survey at: https://www.therapservices.net/individual-based-caseloads/ you should go there right now and do so.
On of the concerns that people have had about this switch (in fact, it is a concern about the ToDo List right now) is that there are just too many counts from places you might not be concerned about today.
To fix this, in our next major release we are going to be adding a very cool new feature “Choose Program”
By clicking this link after you log in, you will […]
As we prepare for the very significant transition over to individual based caseloads, we want to be sure that we know whether or not you are current using program based caseloads to provider your agency with a place to keep notes (as T-Logs or ISP data) that can only be accessed by a select group of staff.
For example, you might have a program called Nursing and enroll all your individuals in there. You would then write T-Logs, or ISP Programs within that program so that other users cannot read them. This obviously would only work as log as you do not assign any users individual based caseloads, as they would automatically have access.
Reading through the paragraph above, and trying to […]
When we are getting a new release ready, we like to get it out there for testing and training by our staff and customers. In order to do this, we have a Beta site.
Therap Beta is available at https://beta.therapservices.net
Therap Beta runs in our secure environment, but on a different set of servers from our production environment. We take a copy of most of our database (we tend to leave out things like archives and attachments) and put it the Beta environment for you to work with. This means that the data you see there will be data that you are used to, but you can test things out without having an impact on your real data.