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Electronic Documentation for Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Services


Therap Services is an online software service that provides secure, HIPAA compliant documentation, reporting and communication for I/DD provider agencies. The Therap system features applications that staff use to document supports provided to individuals with integrated billing options as well as tracking employment, staff training, staff schedules and a variety or other services.

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.

Therap Billing

HIPAA v5010 Electronic Billing

Federal compliance requirements in effect from January 1, 2012

Effective January 1, 2012, providers of developmental disability services are required by a federal mandate to use the HIPAA Version 5010 standard for electronic claim transactions. We are pleased to announce that Therap’s Electronic Billing system has been successfully upgraded to support Version 5010 compliance requirements.

Click here to download a summary of the changes in the latest version. This will provide you with the information you need to make a smooth transition to v5010 Electronic Billing.

If you have questions, please contact us.

Incident Reporting

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

The GER application supports an efficient electronic workflow for report submission, review and approval. Depending upon the actions performed, the status of the GER gets updated. This is beneficial for users such as Incident Management Coordinators to track the progress of GERs.

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Therap Oklahoma Team

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