Java Security Alert

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In regards to the Oracle’s official alert that addresses security issues CVE-2013-0422 (US-CERT Alert TA13-010A – Oracle Java 7 Security Manager Bypass Vulnerability) and another vulnerability affecting Java running in web browsers. These vulnerabilities are not applicable to Java running on servers, standalone Java desktop applications or embedded Java applications. They also do not affect Oracle server-based software.

Please note that these vulnerabilities do not affect the Therap Applications running on our servers. However, this may affect Java used on PCs. […]

Therap 2013.0 :: Introducing Multi Individual Events

MIE Dashboard

Ever since we produced our first Incident Report in Therap 1.0 about 10 years ago, we have been asked how we deal with an incident involving multiple individuals.  Up to now, we basically didn’t other than insisting (very strongly sometimes) that a single GER or incident report had to be about just one individual in order to preserve HIPAA compliance and data integrity.

Well, in Therap 2013.0 we are introducing the concept of Multi Individual Events!  The way I look at it, there are basically two scenarios.  The first is a bus crash and the second is an altercation.  In the first, the same thing happened to […]

Are you ready for Therap 2012.2

Therap, Version 2012.2, to be released end of July

We are getting closer to our released date of July 28th and there are some significant changes coming to Therap.

In particular, Security Profiles.

If you haven’t yet, make sure that you read the release notes.

You should also watch this video.

Video on Therap 2012.2 Webinars – Security Profiles

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:: Justin ::

Therap 9.1 Release Date is now July 24th, 2011

Graphic showing Therap version 9.1 is coming soon

In order to give you the highest quality release possible, we are resscheduling Therap 9.1 to July 24th.  This means that the date for getting all your IDFs into in-prep or Approved status is now July 23rd.

We are also rescheduling the webinars previewing these new features (though you can watch a recording of the Single Provider one here at any time).

Rather than doing these as live webinars, I will be recording them and sending out a link to anyone who singed up

:: Justin ::

Allergy Profiles in Therap 9.1

Screenshot of Allergy Profile of Mary Active

As well as all the amazing unification functionality in Therap 9.1, we will also be taking our next step towards CCHIT Compliance.

Currently, allergies are listed in a text box.  In Therap 9.1 (if you have subscribed to our First DataBank live drug database) you get all sorts of new features.

Firstly, allergies are now listed individually and can be picked from the First DataBank list.

Now, when you add a new medication, it will tell you if there is a reaction between that medication and an allergy or that medication and another medication already being taken!

Screenshot of Medication History showing Drug-Allergy [...]

Keeping up with the times (and HL7)

HL7Customer Support Blog

As you may have have noticed from reading our Customer Support Blog a team of senior Therap developers are at the HL7 Conference in Arizona.

There is some really exciting stuff going on which will not only let you get more from your data in Therap, but also make sure that the data becomes more useful by being able to share it with hospitals and doctors.

Some of the possibilities ahead are really exciting, and while IBM are making very pretty commercials about this stuff, we are just concentrating on getting it done!

There will be a lot of discussion […]

It's good to be mobile

Justin in Arizona.

Early on Friday I did a presentation outside Philadelphia with Ken.  That went really well and I started home.  On the way back up the New Jersey Turnpike it seemed to work out that I was stopping at every other service station for either a phone call or a webinar.

It never ceases to impress me that by using my Verizon Wireless EVDO I can not only use Therap from just about anywhere, I can show other people how to use it via GoTo Meeting.  Being in the Walt Whitman Service Area just doesn’t make as good a photo op as the picture in my title bar!

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Thursday at Pearl Harbour

Picture of Pearl Harbour

Today Calum and I drove down to Pearl Harbour. The most significant part of this was a visit to the USS Arizona Memorial which is run by the National Park Service with their usual combination of simplicity, style, and information.

It is a very solemn memorial and testimonial to the horrors and wastes of war and the incredible bravery of individuals.

Picture of Battleship USS Missouri

We also toured the battleship USS Missouri and the submarine USS Bowfin (I was not built to be a submariner and can’t imagine spending so much time in such cramped quarters, let alone under the sea.

You can see a lot more photos […]

By |2016-11-03T04:25:25-05:00April 17th, 2008|Categories: Justin's Travels|Tags: |0 Comments

Blogging within the Developmental Disability Provider Community

I am now at the stage where I keep an eye on quite a few blogs (Bloglines is my reader of choice).

I watch blogs about Hearts, blogs about the Mets, news blogs, tech blogs, all the Therap Blogs, blogs from companies we use etc, etc, etc..

I have not however come across many blogs by folks who provide services to people with developmental disabilities.

I did the other day though when I came across Jan’s Group Home Support out of Tucson, Arizona when Jan wrote a piece about Interesting Com Log Entries which mentioned us here in Therapville.

So after you’ve been over there, please let me know if you know of any other similar places […]

By |2016-11-03T04:25:29-05:00March 19th, 2008|Categories: Blogging|Tags: , , |2 Comments
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