Setting up ISP Programs for Billing

One of the many great things about Therap is the ability to billing directly from service documentation.

This often leads to the question: How should I set up my ISP Programs so that I can bill from them?

To help with this, please see a quick guide that we have put together here.

Very notable, is the comment at the bottom: If you have any questions at all regarding setting up your ISP programs, please ask a billing specialist before continuing.

:: Justin ::

By |2015-08-12T07:31:41-05:00August 12th, 2015|Categories: Billing|Tags: , |0 Comments

2013.0 :: New options for ISP Programs

ISP Program Options

With Therap 2013.0, ISP Programs will become even more flexible and even more incredibly useful.

The new options are:

  1. Enable Time Duration instead of  Begin and End Time: This will allow users to just enter the length of time they spent providing a particular service.  Especially useful when services such as Targeted Case Management are provided in multiple small time periods.
  2. Allow Data Collection with Time Overlap: This will let you allow (or prevent) multiple entries for the same ISP Program be entered for the same or overlapping time period.
  3.  Allow collection fo multiple task scores for a single days:  Particularly when using Hab Check Lists in New […]
By |2012-11-01T19:10:01-05:00November 1st, 2012|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , |6 Comments

When to update, when to discontinue and copy


We have had a few discussions recently with users about the appropriate time to update a form and when to discontinue it and copy it to a new form.

Two common examples of this are with ISP Programs and Medication History (especially when using Medication Administration Records).

Each of these offer both the opportunity to update and to D/C and continue (assuming that you have the appropriate permissions).  

Here’s the difference:

If you are fixing a mistake on the form (for example a typo or spelling error) then you should use “Update”.

If what you are doing is changing the form in a way that it will work differently then you should discontinue it and copy to a new form.  

Examples of this would […]

By |2011-09-26T10:51:20-05:00September 26th, 2011|Categories: MAR|Tags: , , , |1 Comment
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