A great conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico

I arrived in New Mexico yesterday for the second day of our New Mexico conference.

It’s been quite an event!  Last year we outgrew our hotel and we moved to the Crowne Plaza which proved to be a great success.  With plenty of space and lovely big rooms to present in, it’s been a lot of fun to work with a tremendous group of customers.

Not only that, but we were assisted by a very talented group of Certified Trainers who flew in to run sessions which adds so much to the conference – thanks to Brianne, Kristen, Shannon, Gina, and Damien.

I wonder if we can make it an even bigger event next year?

:: Justin ::

By |2015-02-14T11:58:41-05:00May 30th, 2013|Categories: New Mexico|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Higher and higher in New Mexico

Justin in New Mexico

Naim and I have spent the past couple of days in New Mexico working on the latest upgrades to eCHAT and the rest of their statewide Therap implementation.

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Every time I come to Albuquerque I look up and the mountains and think – I should really get up there.

Mountains in Albuquerque

So, after a long day of meetings, we made a run for the Sandia Peak Tramway and made it up the mountain for some views that you just can’t appreciate with out being there.  But here are a few of my attempts to capture […]

By |2016-11-03T04:23:42-05:00January 23rd, 2013|Categories: New Mexico|Tags: , |0 Comments

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 Regional Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico

State map of North Dakota

We have just finnished a great two days of conferencing in Albuquerque.  It looks like we had about 200 people there!

It was a great crowd, all eager to learn and from all aspects of services in New Mexico from providers to case managers to state administrators, surveyors, and investigators.

I have to admit to being a little nervous when I saw quite how many people signed up, but I am very fortunate to work with some great folks.  Maureen, Brent, and Leah ran great sessions and special thanks need to go to Brianne, who though she is no longer we the state I think still knows […]

By |2016-11-03T04:23:50-05:00May 31st, 2012|Categories: New Mexico|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Are you signed up for a Therap Conference yet

Regional Conferences in June 2012 for providers of support to persons with intellectual/developmental disabilities

We are now well and truly into our Spring conference season.  Last week was Dover, Deleware; this week was Kansas City, Missouri; and next week I’ll be joining folks in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

By the way, we have had so many people sign up for our New Mexico conference that we will be adding three more tracks. Look for an updated schedule soon.

 Graphic Showing Conference Dates on USA Map

As you can see we have a slate […]

Have you submitted any Care Plans yet

Nursing & Electronic Health Records

Special Interest Groups

Having spent a couple of days in Albuquerque, I have been thinking about and talking about Care Plans quite a bit.

What makes the module really exciting for me is the idea of a high quality, moderated library of care plans.

This will only work though with your help, so dig out those care plans and start submitting them to our library.

Note: They will only show up there when we have approved them.

For instructions on submitting care plans, click here.

If you have any questions, let me know.

Don’t forget to come and discuss care plans in our Special Interest Group

:: Justin ::

Monday in New Mexico

Today, Naim, Pushpita and I spent and busy and productive day working with the folks at New Mexico’s DDSD.

We’re doing some great work on the eCHAT and it’s associated processes. I also thing that Betsy is the only person that gets more excited about care plans than I do!

:: Justin ::

By |2016-11-03T04:23:52-05:00February 28th, 2012|Categories: New Mexico|Tags: |0 Comments

Saturday in Oberlin

Calum and I spent the day today in Oberlin, Ohio.  It’s quite hard to tell just where the town starts and the college ends.  In fact the sign on the way in says that they were founded at the same time.

The conservatory folks have been very friendly and tonight Calum is off hanging out with the swim team.

This is the last of his auditions, now we just have to wait until the end of March to hear back from everyone.  It’s been a fascinating process going around doing this and yet another reminder of how different and how wonderful my kids are,

Tomorrow (weather permitting), Calum heads back to Connecticut while I will be meeting up with Pushpita and Naim for […]

By |2015-02-14T12:03:41-05:00February 25th, 2012|Categories: Ohio|Tags: , , |1 Comment

Wednesday in Albuquerque

I spent a great day working with the folks here in New Mexico on the eCHAT (electronic Comprehensive Health Assessment Tool).  They’ve done a great job implementing and it’s amazing how much we have learned over the last year.

Petroglyphs National Monument (1)

I think this is about my sixth time coming to Albuquerque and I have never made it out of the city.  Well, today I finally did! However, before that I stopped by at the birthplace of Microsoft:

Justn in Petroglyphs National Monument (38)

After that I was off […]

By |2016-11-03T04:24:00-05:00November 30th, 2011|Categories: New Mexico|Tags: , |1 Comment

Making the move to Liveperson for Therap Live Help

HomeAs I have written about before, we have been looking around for the best way to replace our current Live Help system. The one we built a few years ago is showing signs of age and given that we want to give as much priority as we can to system functionality and stability, we decided to take a look out there and see if anyone could meet our needs.

Interestingly, most companies who supply Live Help software just couldn’t cope with our need for HIPAA compliance (which we tend to take a significantly stricter stand on than a lot of folks do).

However, we did find a couple who could and have now made […]

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