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 [...]

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 ::

T-Log enhancements in Therap 8.15

When Therap 8.15 comes out this weekend, there will be a number of new features including the following one for T-Logs that a lot of people have been asking for (especially Jeff and Frank!)

You will now have the option to turn on Start and End Times for T-Logs (in Provider Preferences)

Screenshot of Enable Time In/Time Out in T-Log

and if you do, your staff will be able to record just that:

Screenshot of Time In and Time Out in T-Log

Tomorrow we should have the full release notes for you (be sure to read closely, especially if you use billing in Florida, Delaware, Colorado, […]

By |2015-02-22T04:59:28-05:00February 3rd, 2011|Categories: Therap 8.15|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

More Exciting Sessions for Therap's National Provider Administrator Conference

Conference Graphics to learn about what Therap develops

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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 […]

User Presentations :: 11 ::Jan Pfannenstiel & Kathy Reed: Are you getting the information you need out of Therap – Using Therap for Mailing lists, Caseload lists, etc.

Conference Graphics to learn about what Therap develops

Jan Pfannenstiel & Kathy Reed: Are you getting the information you need out of Therap – Using Therap for Mailing lists, Caseload lists, etc.

Jan Pfannenstiel & Kathy Reed are both Therap Program Administrators, at OCCK, Inc., in Kansas

This user panel session will discuss needs relative to pushing Therap beyond the great tool it is for direct services staff to making it an indispensable tool for other aspects of your agency.

How much time are you spending to get to a mailing […]

Day 3 at the Side by Side Conference in Kansas City

Yet another great day of conferencing.  We had a great crowd, determined to learn to the end!

Being the third day, we started with my second favourite session (nothing beats pivot tables!), a game a Jeopardy using Stu's Quiz boxes.


As always, it was a great game and an interesting learning exercise.

Now it is off to Bismarck, North Dakota for the NDACF Conference.

:: Justin ::

By |2016-11-03T04:24:23-05:00May 6th, 2010|Categories: Therap Conferences|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Day 2 at the Kansas City Side by Side Conference

Another tremendous day of conferencing.

As always, the highlight of the day for me was probably my Excel and Pivot Tables session.  We came up with even more cool things that were possible.

Then tonight, we were Jeff's guests for some tremendous, traditional Kansas City Barbeque at Arthur Bryant's. Yum!

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:: Justin ::



By |2016-11-03T04:24:23-05:00May 5th, 2010|Categories: Therap Conferences|Tags: , , |2 Comments

CLO Presenting in Fishkill

Therap Conferences

We are almost ready with the final schedule for the Provider Admin Conference in Fishkill.  I expect to publish it over the weekend.

One very exciting addition is from the folks at Community Living Opportunities in Kansas.  CLO are long time Therap Customers.  Who were at our very first conference, and I visitied way back in 2006.

They will be presenting on their HomeLink Service which includes:

Remote Supervision:
This includes supervision of persons who want to stay in their home but have a need for ongoing or as needed supervision. We have a central site in Lawrence that currently monitors over 40 homes for […]

By |2016-11-03T04:24:35-05:00January 20th, 2010|Categories: Therap Conferences|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Training with Jim and Sazzad in Topeka

If you are my friend on Facebook, you may have noticed me commenting on the fact that it seemed completely normal for me to meet Sazzad for breakfast in Topeka.  I’m sure everyone travels half way across the country to meet someone who has traveled half way around the world.

So there we were at 7am getting stuck into the latest possibilities for ISP plans, Hab Plans, MARs and more!

Then we headed off to see the folks at Kansas Neurological Institute where Jim worked on billing, Sazzad on ISP Plans and custom forms while I did some training on Health Tracking stuff.

All around, a very productive day.

Now it’s off to Indianapolis for […]

By |2015-02-22T04:46:14-05:00October 19th, 2009|Categories: Justin's Travels, Training|Tags: |0 Comments
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