You are welcome to join our conference in Murfreesboro, Tennessee on September 25, 2018. Join us to learn about the latest Therap updates including Electronic Visit Verification for meeting upcoming Federal regulations and new Business Intelligence Dashboards for Health Tracking and Billing data.
Tennessee provider agencies currently use Therap to meet documentations needs, including demographics, person centered individual support plans, care plans, medication administration records and progress notes. In addition, Therap’s incident reporting tool is available to Tennessee providers for documenting reportable events including serious injuries, allegations of abuse, neglect or exploitation, missing person and death. Users are also able to report instances of medication error using the DIDD Medication Error form available on the GER for users in Tennessee.
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Therap is happy to announce its regional conference in Orange Beach, Alabama which will take place from August 14-15, 2018. We welcome you to join this conference to discuss how Therap will work for individuals receiving services through the Alabama Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse (AL MHSA). Learn how providers in Alabama are using Therap’s EMR software for comprehensive documentation and communication.
Event Highlights include:
- Implementation Strategy in Therap
- Using Excel for Quality Assurance
- Medicaid Billing
- Business Intelligence Dashboards
- Health Tracking Modules
- Goal Tracking and Reporting
- Community-Based Employment Tracking
We hope to see you there! Click here to register for the conference.
Visit our Alabama state page to learn more about how providers across Alabama are using Therap to submit incident reports to AL MHSA.
Like many of you, we’ve been fixed on the growing intensity and direction of Hurricane Matthew. This forceful storm’s strong winds, heavy rainfall and high surge have affected Haiti and the Bahamas especially hard, and it looks to be intensifying as it tracks toward eastern Florida, southeast Georgia and the coastal Carolinas tonight and through the weekend.
Our thoughts are with our colleagues, fellow Therap users, those they care for and families affected by this hurricane. Please be safe and follow evacuation orders where applicable. Disrupting daily operations is obviously very stressful for teams and the individuals they serve, even with the best plans in place.
We’ll be here to help in any way we can, please do reach out if we can be of assistance.
– The Therap Team
Early Bird Registration for Regional Conference in Birmingham, Alabama ends on June 23. Visit the conference information page for more information. The conference is a 2 day event which will be held from July 26-27.
2 Days Conference:
Early Bird (Non-Refundable) : Sign up by June 23, 2016 – $99
Regular Registration (Non-Refundable) : Ends on July 19, 2016 – $129
Regular Registration (Refundable) : Ends on July 25, 2016 – $149
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We’re in Florida all this weekend meeting with attendees at the Family Café and Summit on Disabilities in Orlando through June 12th. The event draws Floridians from all corners of the state, including self-advocates, family members, APD representatives and state agency partners along with non-profits. We’re excited to be here amidst the buzz, meeting with so many people. Be sure to stop by our booth in the exhibitors and vendors area and meet Maureen, who’ll be available through Sunday!
Also if you have interest in working with Therap to promote self-advocacy, and are a current Therap user, be sure to exchange contact information with Maureen – she can get you in contact with our Self Advocacy team and related program. Our team of self-advocate liaisons meet with agencies and network with individuals interested in promoting access and management of individual health records and affiliated individual data.
Looking forward to the next couple days at the conference!
Join us at at the Regional Conference, May 10-11, 2016 in Greensboro, NC. The Conference will be held at the DoubleTree by Hilton Greensboro. Visit the conference page to learn more about the event.
2 Days Conference:
Regular Registration (Non-Refundable) : Ends on May 3, 2016 – $129
Regular Registration (Refundable) : Ends on May 9, 2016 – $149
Click here to register.
We look forward to seeing you there.
The Department of Labor (DOL) published a Final Rule on October 1, 2013 extending minimum wage and overtime pay protections under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) to most home care workers (who may have job titles such as home health aide or personal care assistant) who provide essential assistance to people with disabilities and older adults. On August 21, 2015, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit issued a decision upholding the Final Rule. On Friday, September 18th from 2:00-3:00pm Eastern Time, senior leadership from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division and Office of the Solicitor will hold a webinar to discuss the Home Care Final Rule. Presenters will provide an overview of the Final Rule as well as the Department’s guidance regarding joint employment in domestic service employment under the FLSA and the application of the FLSA to shared living programs. Our comments will address questions we have received from states, including about the home care litigation.
TO REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR:
Please click https://www.eventbrite.com/e/home-care-final-rule-implementation-webinar-for-states-registration-18538483102 to register for the webinar.
Once you register, you will receive an email with the information you need to access the webinar.
There will be a question and answer period after DOL’s presentation. If you would like to submit a question(s) in advance, please email it email@example.com at your earliest convenience. During the webinar, we will respond to as many questions as possible.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Information about the Home Care Final Rule is available athttp://www.dol.gov/whd/homecare/.
Information about the litigation related to the Home Care Final Rule is available at http://www.dol.gov/whd/homecare/litigation.htm.