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 ::

A very quick trip to Fargo, North Dakota



I left our Side by Side conference in St Louis at the end of the day yesterday to come up here to Fargo for the NDACF Conference.  Flying out of St Louis I was able to see quite how much damage was caused to the airport by the recent tornadoes – scary!

The conference here is actually in the same hotel in Fargo where we had our North Dakota Conference last year.  Don’t forget that this year we are in Biskmarck on June 21st and 22nd.  Sign up here! (schedule coming soon).  This is a very impressive conference with over 500 people here from all over North Dakota.  

This morning I joined […]

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Justin and Sazzad attending the Buffalo, New York User Group

Therap Applications for State and County offices to monitor the support effort in the region


Sazzad and I have a very busy week coming up.  It all kicks off in Buffalo, New York on April 5th when we will be attending a New York User Group Meeting (click on the link to learn more) being hosted by Community Services for the Developmentally Disabiled.

From there we are off to Lincoln, Nebraska to start work on some exciting new projects there and we’ll finish off the trip with some meetings in Bismark, North Dakota.

It’s an exciting time to be part of the Therapverse!

:: Justin ::

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A couple of days in North Dakota

Graphic of North Dakota

I have spent the last couple of days in chilly Bismarck, North Dakota working with the folks at the Division of Developmental Disabilities on the next phase of their implementation of Therap for States.

A lot of discussion, a lot of thinking, and a lot of progress.  Great things are afoot in the great state of North Dakota.

Now all I  need is for my plane to leave on time!

:: Justin ::

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A few updates

We have added two new set of State Specific Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).  You can find them as follows:

North Dakota FAQs

New Mexico FAQs

We also updated a bunch of New York forms to comply with the latest OPWDD guidance.

Finally, there was another update to Therap for States (1.0.7 for those of you keeping score at home)

:: Justin ::


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Release Notes for Therap for States 1.01

MCI Search

We have updated the Master Control Index (MCI) search configuration for our users convenience. There can be a maximum of one hundred search results for the MCI Search and a minimum of no search result in the system.


We have enhanced the validation,alignment and printing related fields and positions in the Authorization for Therap in States.

User type: Central Office Staff

Only the Central Office Staff users have the necessary privileges to work with the Legacy documents. They can view and edit any documents corresponding to the Legacy.

Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP)

We have added the option to attach files to the IFSP form. The size of the attachment can be of a maximum 3MB.

Individual Form

We have included the case […]

By |2015-02-22T04:54:55-05:00November 8th, 2010|Categories: Therap for States|Tags: , |0 Comments

Release notes for Therap for States 1.0

We are very excited to announce the release of Therap for States.  

Below are the release notes:




Intake forms are interfaced with MCI. Users will get the option to check if the user is already in the system and then add the individual into the system accordingly. Users will also get the option to add Involved Individuals or Referral.

Progress Assessment Review (PAR)



    By |2016-11-03T04:24:15-05:00November 1st, 2010|Categories: North Dakota, T-Logs, Therap for States|Tags: , |0 Comments

    Therap for States is on its way…


    We are very excited to be releasing into production our latest product: Therap for States.  Everyone at Therap along with a great team from the Developmental Disabilities Division in North Dakota, led by Director, Tina Bay has put an incredible about of work into this project.

    Tomorrow morning we will go live with a system that replaces their existing ASSIST and Lotus Notes application and handles functionality such as intake, identity matching, level of need assessments, case management, infant development, notices, letters, service authorizations and much more.

    As tremendous as this is, it’s just the beginning.  Phase two of the project will involve integration will involve integration between Therap for States and our regular application which will provide functionality not possible in […]

    By |2016-11-03T04:24:16-05:00October 31st, 2010|Categories: North Dakota|Tags: |0 Comments

    Lots of training going on in North Dakota

    Graphics of Therap Services in North Dakota

    As we move into the last week before going live in North Dakota with Therap for States we are doing a whole lot of catch up webinars to make sure everyone is up to date.

    The full list is on the North Dakota page. Just click on the link to sign up.

    Don’t forget, if you miss one we’ll be posted recordings of all the sessions.

    :: Justin ::


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