Enjoy some photos of the conference.
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:: Justin ::
Here are a whole series of thoughts. Over the coming days I will try and expand on them and talk more about the new stuff that folks not lucky enough to be at Fishkill missed.
Day two of the Provider Administrator Conference was a huge success. Huge is probably the most apt description in terms of the number of people here, the size and quality of the ideas, and over scope and quality of the conversations that are going on.
We started off with a presentation from the folks at Oracle and Sun about what it really means to be using top of the line industrial strength hardware, software, and infrastructure. There are reasons why your data is safest in our database.
We also had the pleasure of welcome back to the Therapverse (we’re just to big to stay within the city limits of Therapville these days) our founding President, the retired (and way too relaxed!) Warren […]
As you can see from the photo above there are a lot of people here in Fishkill (more than 275 signed up!) and things are off to a flying start!
I love walking past groups of people getting into deep discussions about T-Logs and ISP Data, or desperate to see the new alpha version of MAR Scheduling.
I also never cease to be inpressed by how warm, welcoming, cooperative and smart Therap users are.
It is such a joy and a honour to be here
:: Justin ::
National Provider Admin Conference
Feb 8- 10, Ramada, Fishkill, New York
Come and enjoy three days of exciting sessions with the Therap staff, trainers, and also people from across the country who has been using Therap. Its a great opportunity for prospective and existing users to learn about the system, and also the developmental disability industry at large.
At our National Provider Administrator Conference, we will be launching our new Mobile Conference Application. This is something we tested last year in Oregon and you can now see in its full glory.
Any web accessible phone or device will be able access it and you can even set up a cute little icon on your screen:
Then you will see our main menu:
and as much as you want to know about what is going on:
Then if you have comments you can share them with the rest of the conference by filling out this form:
Doing that will share your comments with the rest of the Conference on screens that will look something like this:
This will be a great way to keep up […]
With our release this morning (8.14.22 for those of you keeping score at home) we have taking another step towards CCHIT compliance.
This particular state involves adding a new status field to the IDF.
We will be discussing CCHIT much more at Fishkill, don’t miss it.
Also look out for Therap 8.15 on Wendesday, it’s going to be a biggie.
:: Justin ::
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.
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 […]
I am very excited to announce that the keynote address on Day Two of our conference will be given by Oracle. We have come across many situations where agencies have tried, with the best intentions, to develop their own system running local databases. Therap’s top of the line hardware and infrastructure is one of the many things that separates us from any competition that might be out there. You will now have an opportunity to hear from Oracle about why their software and hardware help to keep your data safe and accessible. Enjoy…
There are also a number of other outside speakers to make sure you catch up with. Remember that these folks will be happy to talk to you […]