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Do your policies match your Therap use?

There are many things that you need to think of when implementing Therap.  Amongst them is your policy manual.

Not only will you have to make sure that references to forms and such become references to Therap, but you probably want to have an overall electronic records policy.

To help you out, we have added one to our list of reference documents

Take a look here.

If you have policies, guides, or other documents you would like to share, be sure to let us know

:: Justin ::

By |2015-02-22T05:03:01-05:00December 13th, 2011|Categories: Electronic Signatures|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Do your policies match your Therap use?

Does electronic documentation have to be the same as paper documentation.

Video on Introducing Voice Actions for Android

This video shows a whole bunch of really cool things I can now do with my phone.

Take something like picking up my phone and saying to it “Call Therap Services”.  Done

Now, if Google we really trying to recreate the manual phone experience, I would have to say ” Pick up receiver, press 1, press 2, press 0, press 3, press 5, press 9, press 6, press 7, press 5, press 5, press 3″

I wonder which is better?

Sometimes it is the same in our documentation.  We have to bend our system so much to meet regulations that are based purely on bits of paper.

Would it not make sense to adapt the regulations to meet the […]

By |2015-02-22T04:53:37-05:00August 15th, 2010|Categories: Android, Electronic Signatures|Tags: , |Comments Off on Does electronic documentation have to be the same as paper documentation.

How do you use the Signup Agreement feature?

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Not long ago, we brought out our new Signup Agreement feature.  The motivation behind this was to help our customers comply with elctronic signature regulations.

What is interesting is that over the past week or so I have come across folks using this in all sorts of interesting ways.

For example, if you have a situation where you need all your staff to sign off on a new policy or confirm their understanding of an existing policy (this often happens in reaction to an unfortunate incident), by using this feature you can force you staff to read and sign (and have a nice report about who did) the next time they log into […]

By |2015-02-22T04:52:06-05:00April 23rd, 2010|Categories: Electronic Signatures|Comments Off on How do you use the Signup Agreement feature?

Therap 8.9.3 :: New Policy Acknowledgement Feature for Electronic Signatures

With the release of Therap 8.9.3 today we have added more functionality to help agencies work with their regulators and achieve compliance with electronic signature rules around the county.  This is another example of functionality developed in conjunction with our users at the Provider Administration Conference.

As many of you know, this is a slightly moving target and one we continue to monitor and work with.

Therap’s latest feature allows you to mandate that staff acknowledge a policy or statement before logging into the system (see below for instructions).  One suggestion is that you have your staff acknowledge that by entering data in Therap they understand that they are electronically signing those documents.  You can choose […]