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Trying out a Video Blog from Lincoln, Nebraska

Jeff has been trying out video blogging over on the Midwest Blog.

Not to be outdone, I videod our conversation on my (Android) phone while he did on his (iOS) one.

What do you think?  Is this a good way to get information out there?  It was certainly easy enough to do.  Or is it just too scary?

Take a look here

:: Justin ::

By |2016-11-03T04:24:00-05:00December 9th, 2011|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Trying out a Video Blog from Lincoln, Nebraska

Getting Ready for Therap 2012.0

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Today Sazzad and I finished two days of very productive meetings getting ready for going live with a host of new features in North Dakota in the new year. Be sure to keep an eye on the North Dakota page for timelines and training.

As well as the State and County functionality that we will be bringing out, 2012.0 also includes our next step towards CCHIT certification.  Two of the features I am very excited about are Care Plans and Individual History.  These are premium modules which will be sold as part of our CCHIT/Electronic Health Record (EHR) package.

The Care Plan module will include a moderated Global […]

By |2016-11-03T04:24:00-05:00December 6th, 2011|Categories: Therap 2012.0|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Getting Ready for Therap 2012.0

Monday in Bismarck, North Dakota

Having been stuck in Albuquerque last week due to a high winds, I am now in Bismarck where it is awfully cold (10 deg F) and snowy – perfect weather for Sazzad.

We’re here for a couple of days of meeting with the North Dakota state team.  We have a whole bunch of really exciting things coming out here (and elsewhere) in January’s 2012.0 release – there should be a beta release of this in a week or so.

Today we’ve been working on Referral, Slot Management, and Overall Service Plans.

It’s exciting stuff!

:: Justin ::

By |2015-02-22T05:02:29-05:00December 5th, 2011|Categories: North Dakota|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on Monday in Bismarck, North Dakota

Bringing the Circle of Support together in North Dakota

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Sazzad and I are here in North Dakota, working with the folks in the State office on the next phase of our implementation.

Thanks to individual unification, this is where it gets really interesting and very exciting (once in a while it ties your brain in knots too!)

We have now developed the Overall Service Plan for North Dakota.  This is an annual plan document that can be collaboratively written by state and provider staff, passing back an forward between their accounts in a seemless, HIPAA compliant dance.

We’ll be adding to this an amazing referall process that I think is going to have the same impact on states and counties that T-Logs have […]

By |2015-02-22T05:01:45-05:00August 24th, 2011|Categories: North Dakota|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on Bringing the Circle of Support together in North Dakota

9.1.13 :: Updated on 08/21/2011

This weekend we released Therap 9.1.13 with a whole bunch of updates.  It’s another great reminder to be sure that you are looking at our Release Notes

Individual Data Updates


Marking Individuals as ‘Deceased’

Individuals can now be marked as deceased. A ‘Mark As Deceased’ button has been introduced which is available at the bottom of the Individual Data page. To mark an Individual as deceased, users […]

By |2016-11-03T04:24:03-05:00August 23rd, 2011|Categories: Therap 9.1|Tags: , , |Comments Off on 9.1.13 :: Updated on 08/21/2011

Multi-Provider SComm in Therap 9.1

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One of the very cool things about Individual Unification in Therap 9.1 is that we now have unified SComm inbox for mutil-providers users (States and Multi-State Providers).

In order to be able to use this feature, both the sender and the recipient need to have Multi-Provider SComm enabled in their privileges.

This setting is defaulted to being enabled for Oversight Agencies, however, for Linked Providers, you will need to go in and enable this for any user that you want to be able to communicate with users at the Oversight Agency.

Screenshot of Agency Wide and Administrative Roles

Providers in Montana who are should take particular note […]

By |2015-02-22T05:01:45-05:00July 26th, 2011|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on Multi-Provider SComm in Therap 9.1

Therap 9.1 Released

Graphic announcing the release of Therap version 9.1!
We are pleased to bring to you version 9.1 of the Therap Applications. To know what’s new in this version, view the Release Notes for Therap 9.1. We are looking forward to your comments and suggestions regarding the updates introduced in Therap 9.1. Please feel free to write to us.

 

By |2016-11-03T04:24:04-05:00July 24th, 2011|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , |Comments Off on Therap 9.1 Released

Therap 9.1 for States and Multi-State Providers

Graphic showing Therap 9.1 Coming Soon

Therap 9.1 is on its way (there is rather a lot of frustrating downtime right now, but that is because we are doing an awful lot of work under the hood).

Many users won’t see too many changes: IDFs are simpler, we have our new Allergy Profile leading to drug cautions and interactions in the MAR, and a few more tweaks in billing.

Provider Administrators will see a bunch of new things, primarily in the new privilege screen, and the new process for adding individuals.

The biggest changes take place in State and Multi-Provider accounts.  All that work going on under the hood is to allow us to have individuals supported by many […]

By |2016-11-03T04:24:04-05:00July 24th, 2011|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Therap 9.1 for States and Multi-State Providers

Post-unification Logomachy

 Release Notes for Therap 9.1

 

Folks who work in Therap from state accounts or for mutli-state providers will probably have come across the terms “Parent Provider” and “Child Provider”.

We use Prent Provider to describe the state account or the National Office account which can access data in a series of “Child Providers”.

We have never been big fans of these terms, and in fact at times they have caused some confusion.

With 9.1 we will be renaming them to Oversight Agency and Linked Provider, so:

 

Oversight Agency = Parent Provider

Linked Provider = Child Proivder

 

Hope this helps!

:: Justin ::

 

By |2016-11-03T04:24:04-05:00July 23rd, 2011|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , |Comments Off on Post-unification Logomachy