Therap 9.0 up and running


Welcome to the latest and greatest version of Therap.

There’s lot’s to see, so be sure to read all the release notes:

Time Tracking (New!)

With the release of Therap’s new Time Tracking module, your agency is a step ahead in efficiency while monitoring Individuals. With this module users will be able to track behavior and activity changes of the Individuals they take care of. 

The Provider Administrator can create customized Time Tracking Templates, choosing which activities are to be monitored and what observations can be recorded […]

By |2011-05-30T07:07:48-05:00May 30th, 2011|Categories: Therap 9.0|Tags: |1 Comment

9.0 coming very soon (additional new features)


We will be releasing Therap 9.0 this weekend.  It is a major release and such will require some downtime in order for us to deploy it.  Therap will be unavailable from 12:30am until 6:30am Eastern on Monday May 30th.

There are a few late editions to the release:

In New York, we have updated the 147 Incident Report to meet the latest OPWDD changes. For details click here.

In Med History and the MAR, we have gone from 2 to 4 types:

We are also adding a new time zone option which will initially be implemented in just the MAR.  This is for agencies who provide supports over multiple time zone.  In program related data, this is not a problem as the time zone […]

By |2011-05-27T04:59:02-05:00May 27th, 2011|Categories: Therap 9.0|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Therap 9.0 Preview Webinar


Justin Brockie will present a webinar looking at new features in Therap 9.0.  This will include the new Time Tracking data collection module.  Significant updates to the Medication Administration Record.  Updates in Health Tracking reflecting the move to CCHIT compliance and more.  Please note that a separate webinar will be scheduled for New York specific features that will also be included

Another Look at Therap 9.0

This morning I had the pleasure of being walked through a few of the features that you can expect to see in Therap 9.0

Currently we are targeting April 10th as a release date (as you know, this may well change)

Here’s a quick glimpse

Time Tracking is looking really good.  I am particularly excited abotu the reporting screen: (you can click on the picture to see a full size version)

Screenshot of Time Tracking

If you weren’t at Fishkill and didn’t get a chance to play with this, it’s a generic, timebased data tracker for things like sleep or mood or positioning.

Next up is vital signs.  As part of our move towards CCHIT compliance, we are providing notifications if […]

By |2011-03-28T12:43:16-05:00March 28th, 2011|Categories: CCHIT, Therap 9.0|Tags: , , , , |2 Comments

Towards Therap 9.0 :: Time Tracking

As we gather ourselves following an increadibly exciting conference in Fishkill, we are now focussed on bringing you Therap 9.0 and all the goodness that involves.

One brand new module will be Time Tracking (though I kind of hope that we come up with a better name by then).  This is a quick and easy data collection module that we designed along with our friends at Oak Hill in Connecticut.

We we tryign to find the best way to do Sleep and Mood tracking and weren’t really happy with any of the solutions we found (despite some great Excel spreadsheets!)

So now we have this: (click on pictures for bigger versions)

screenshot showing creating [...]

By |2011-02-15T12:39:57-05:00February 15th, 2011|Categories: Therap 9.0|Tags: , , |4 Comments

Towards Therap 9.0 :: The Individual Home

As you can see from my last post, we have spend a long time being in Therap 8.x.x  Now, I am very excited to announce that we are moving towards Therap 9.0 which we expect to see in the late spring/early summer.

The flagship new feature of Therap 9.0 will be the Individual Home.  This is a new page (or series of pages actually that will allow a user to see the most pertinent plans, background, and activity for an individual.

Screenshot of Individual Home Page showing News Feed section

The main Individual home shows you some background data on the left, a stream of GERs and T-Logs (with more to come) in the middle and along […]

By |2011-01-27T11:51:50-05:00January 27th, 2011|Categories: Therap 9.0|Tags: , , , |0 Comments
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