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Electronic Documentation for Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Services


Meet DHS & MDCH Requirements

Therap Services is a web-based application suite that provides secure, HIPAA compliant documentation and communication for intellectual and developmental disabilities service provider agencies. The suite is made of programs that cover extensively supports provided to individuals as well as programs that help an agency manage employee training/certifications and schedules, and also program attendance tracking and service billing.


Therap also provides extensive support in setting up and handling the transition to electronic documentation, and has lots of great online tools for training staff to use Therap.

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Therap is appropriate for Community Living Supports, Day Services and Employment programs, providing solutions for Incident Tracking, eMar, Goal Tracking, ISP, EHR and more.

Upcoming Information Sessions:

Attend one of these free information sessions to find out more about this web-based suite of applications for managing your documentation. You can hear all about the electronic forms for Incident Reporting, EHR/EMR, and Reports and Audit tools inside this very affordable system.
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Individual Plan of Service (IPOS)

Individual Service Plans provide enhanced and detailed information that facilitates methodical and concise individual plan-building. Agencies can use ISPs to plan, organize and implement the Individual Plan of Service for each individual in a HIPAA compliant manner. The ISP module includes program definition, data collection and report generation which offers an effective tool for goal tracking.
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Individualized Plan of Protective Oversight and Safeguards

The Individual Plan of Protective Oversight and Safeguards (IPOP) is a documented and approved plan used for the sole purpose of enhancing individual safety. It clearly enlists the key activities that affect the health and welfare of an individual. The main idea is to document the procedures and guidelines for providing support to the individuals along with their protection and safety requirements for different programs. The plan is often linked to an individual’s ISP.
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Electronic Incident Reports

The General Event Reports (GERs), also known as the Incident Reports, have been designed to track multiple related incidents for an individual. Using the General Event Reporting tool, users can report and follow-up on a wide range of incidents including injuries, behavioral concerns and accidents among others.

The GER also lets users track the comments of witnesses for each event. By simply entering the names of witnesses in a GER, users will get links to witness reports which will let them review detailed comments on what was witnessed during an incident.
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