New York's provided some helpful guidance for agencies submitting billing to eMedNY, just in time if you haven't fully prepared yet. A reminder that guidelines for the ICD-10 code changes in Therap are available in our ICD-10 Transition User Guide for Institutional Claims (outside of New York, you may want to use the similar ICD-10 [...]
Stephen opened up the New York State Conference for 2015 with a packed house. Therap support staff, Letisha, Heather, and Shae provided a day of expert advice and discussion and then we had multiple presentations from the provider community. Just to name a few Community Services for the Developmentally Disabled, Catholic Charities Disabilities, and Baker [...]
Thank you for all you do, and do it well.
Therap has been working with two agencies participating in the New Jersey Fee for Service pilot since the pilot began. Assisting these agencies with the pilot process has required extensive support and some creativity, but Therap has a flexible system and a team of experienced billing specialists that are up to the task. Therap currently [...]
The regional conference in Rochester, New York at the Radisson Hotel Rochester Airport starts Tuesday, September 15-16, 2015. Click here to register now. Registration: Regular Registration (Non-Refundable) : $129 Regular Registration (Refundable) : $149 For more information visit the conference information page. We look forward to seeing you there!
At the upcoming Therap State Conference in Rochester on September 15-16, there will be one track dedicated to the College of Direct Support. This is a timely event as Fall registration is coming up. The College of Direct Support Announcing the Fall Session of The College of Direct Support to Start: November 01, 2015 The [...]
Therap will be hosting a regional conference for users of its software for developmental disability providers. The conference will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn Mount Holly/Westampton Hotel from October 6-7, 2015. Discussions will include compliance with policies and procedures from the New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities. Topics Covered include: Verified Service Delivery [...]
Aside from a few intermittent storms and evening showers, what a great day to have spent in the High Peaks of the Adirondacks. I had time to catch up with Kevin Lightle on all things NY as we gear up for the annual New York Therap user conference in Rochester September 15th-16th. We spent the [...]
Researchers with United Cerebral Palsy recently released their annual report, "The Case for Inclusion 2015". This report addresses how states rank according to data and outcomes, particularly in how well they are meeting the components of the National Core Indicators (NCI). While not a great advocate for rankings, I like how such a report reveals [...]
Over the last few years I've been following the rapidly innovative new technology that is 3D printing, as it transitions from a fascinating new artist medium and hobby/craft tool to more utilitarian functions as it potentially revolutionizes manufacture and distribution networks. With the smallest 3D printers now comparable in cost to a Playstation4 or XBox [...]