Therap users in the state of New York are welcome to join our usergroup webinar for New York specific discussions on implementing Therap in the state. Learn about how Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities providers in New York are using Therap's EHR to meet criteria for transitioning to conflict free care coordination set forth by the [...]
We had a full room of Therapites attending the November User Group meeting held at CP Westchester. We had people attending from multiple agencies from the region and the City. The range of experiences using Therap was helpful to all. From brand new, all the way to extensive use of reports and billing. We had [...]
What????....And I so wanted to take a dip.
Certainly everyone is bundling up, cuddling up, and some are simply fed up with winter. While you brave the elements rest assured Therap Services is with you in your activities whether in the office, on the road, in the community or in a snowbank. While you are trying to entertain yourself and do your work, [...]
It seems like forever since I was in the office long enough to catch up on things. I believe I am not the only one who has had a very busy year. So, here is wishing everyone a little peace and quiet as we usher out 2014. Despite year end there remains a lot of [...]
Expect. Employ. Empower. Held each October, National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) is a national campaign that raises awareness about disability employment issues and celebrates the many and varied contributions of America's workers with disabilities. The theme for 2014 is "Expect. Employ. Empower."
Some things just never go away and here is a link that can detail how to become a DISCO. This power point has timelines, definitions, and details the care coordination aspect of managed care. As usual Therap has been aware of these upcoming challenges and will work with the provider network to ensure support of [...]
Disabled Medicaid Beneficiaries File Lawsuit over unexplained Medicaid Home Care Cuts. On July 15, 2014, the New York Times reported on a lawsuit brought by the New York Legal Assistance Group against the Department of Health and the Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance for allegedly denying or cutting Medicaid home care services to chronically [...]
OPWDD has released a new tool designed to assist in person centered planning. It is called a Strengths and Risks Inventory. Here is a statement of the intent of this form. Intent*: The person-centered planning process should address the challenges, risk factors, and rewards inherent for each person to live his/her life the way that [...]
More news from OPWDD. I do not see any of our current methods changing except for billing limitations. The limitations on CH vary depending on the individual’s receipt of day habilitation and prevocational services, and the certified setting where the individual resides. Here is a link to the proposed regulations. file:///C:/Users/Kevin/Downloads/CHamendmentsRegsText.pdf