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Thursday in Savannah, Georgia (even though I was never meant to be here!)

Another great day of meetings in Columbia, South Carolina.  Getting home however may be interesting!  Thanks to the weather in the north east and a plane slipping off the runway at Laguardia.

Thanks to a wonderful lady on the phone at United we do have a route home, it just involved us driving to Savannah, Georgia, having dinner in the house where Captain Flint died, and flying back to Boston!

I’m not sure that my travel woes make for scintillating reading, but it’s good therapy for me to write about them!

:: Justin ::

By |2016-11-03T04:23:20-05:00March 5th, 2015|Categories: Georgia, South Carolina, Uncategorized|Tags: , |Comments Off on Thursday in Savannah, Georgia (even though I was never meant to be here!)

Therap’s 2015 National Conference in Atlanta, Georgia

Theraps Team The Therap team meeting before the 2015 National Conference.

This year’s national conference was a huge success. It was our biggest ever. In fact, we had more Therap staff at the conference than there were attendees at our very first National Conference in
Southbury, Connecticut.

While it was a bit of a squeeze getting everyone into the opening plenary session, I thought that the hotel did a great job of coping with so many people.

I was particularly excited to see quite so many people from South Carolina show up as we move closer to our first stage of going live there.

I think the highlight for me though was the amount of positive […]

By |2016-11-03T04:23:21-05:00February 20th, 2015|Categories: Connecticut, National Conference, Oregon, Therap Conferences, Uncategorized|Tags: , |Comments Off on Therap’s 2015 National Conference in Atlanta, Georgia

Looking ahead to our 2015 Conference Schedule

Our conference schedule for 2015 is almost complete (I know that we are looking at a Nebraska Conference in late June, but we haven’t yet confirmed the location.)

It’s a pretty impressive schedule, full details are at: https://www.therapservices.net/conferences/

So far, we have scheduled ourselves in:

By |2016-11-03T04:23:21-05:00February 19th, 2015|Categories: Therap Conferences|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on Looking ahead to our 2015 Conference Schedule

Call for Presentations for Therap's National Conference 2015 in Atlanta, Georgia

We are offering an opportunity to any Therap user who is interested in presenting either in a seminar/tutorial or panel discussion format. Therap users can also include surveyors, families, state caseworkers or others who are interacting with agencies using Therap. The goal of the conference is to share best practices and innovation in the use of Therap. Attendees and Presenters will have the opportunity to share and collaborate with current, new, and potential users of the system.

Some suggested topics for presentations are:

  • Getting the buy in for Therap at […]
By |2016-11-03T04:23:28-05:00July 14th, 2014|Categories: National Conference|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Call for Presentations for Therap's National Conference 2015 in Atlanta, Georgia

Thank you Kansas City, See you in Atlanta!

Another great conference has drawn to a close.  I’m always impressed by how hard the attendees work when they come.  Walking the corridors on the last afternoon there are some serious exhausted folks hanging out there.  There was a whole lot of learning that went on here, for us and our customers.

I have to give some serious credit to the hotel, we finally found a place that could keep the internet access up and running for the duration of our conference.  That’s no easy task!

And so now we start planning for next year.  We’ve already decided that we are going to be in Atlanta, so watch out for some really early bird rates and start thinking about what you would […]

By |2015-02-11T16:16:21-05:00January 30th, 2014|Categories: National Conference|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Thank you Kansas City, See you in Atlanta!

Wednesday in Atlanta, Georgia

Justin in Atlanta, Georgia

Today Jason and I had some very productive meetings in Atlanta.  Jason’s really got things moving down here with a lot of agencies coming on board and we are working on some Georgia specific guidance which will will post on the Georgia page.

Don’t forget too that we will be having our conference in Roswell, Georgia on June 5th and 6th.

As a big fan of The Walking Dead, I was a little disappointed at the lack of zombies, but I guess I’ll just have to wait a bit.

:: Justin ::

By |2016-11-03T04:23:51-05:00March 14th, 2012|Categories: Gadgets, Georgia|Tags: , |Comments Off on Wednesday in Atlanta, Georgia

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 [...]
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By |2016-11-03T04:24:05-05:00July 5th, 2011|Categories: Therap 9.1|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Allergy Profiles in Therap 9.1

Scheduling Medications in MAR

Screenshot showing Scheduled Medication(s) and Scheduled Treatment(s)

When we brought in medication scheduling in 9.0 it opened up a world of possibilities.  There is however a bit of a problem.  Not all possibilities for med scheduling can be done through the scheduler that is built into the Medication History module.

Well, we have a solution, and a very cool one at that which can basically copy with any scheduling routine you have.

All you need to do is go to your MAR and switch to Configuration Mode, you can now click on any cell to make it scheduled or remove the scheduling.

You can now define exactly the schedule you want your staff to see!

:: Justin ::