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Therap to exhibit at the i2i Center’s Success Symposium Day

Therap Services will be exhibiting at the Insight to Innovation (i2i) Center’s Success Symposium Day to be held in Pinehurst, North Carolina on December 4, 2018. It will offer providers training on the key areas they need to focus on to prepare for Medicaid Transformation. North Carolina provider agencies currently use Therap to meet documentation needs, including demographics, person-centered individual support plans, care plans, medication administration records, and progress notes. The establishment of the i2i Center for Integrative Health represents the evolution of the NC Council of Community Programs’ 34 year legacy of collaboration and advocacy in addressing behavioral, I-DD, and primary healthcare.

Attendees will learn about Therap Business Intelligence platform for quality assurance, direct billing to NC MCOs/NC Tarcks, using Therap to connect to North Carolina Health Information Exchange (HIE) and more.

Stop by our booth to talk about how our documentation software will work for people receiving services through the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services: Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services.

To know more about what Therap has in store for the state of North Carolina, visit our state page.

Therap is Silver Sponsor of North Carolina APSE Fall Conference

Therap is proud to be a Silver sponsor of the North Carolina Association for People Supporting Employment First (APSE) Fall Conference 2018 which has already started from October 10 and will continue till October 12. The conference is taking place in Blowing Rock, NC.  North Carolina provider agencies currently use Therap to meet documentations needs, including demographics, person centered individual support plans, care plans, medication administration records and progress notes. NC APSE is a membership organization that is open to everyone who supports increasing employment opportunities for people with disabilities.

Visit our booth to learn how Therap’s EHR can help individuals receiving services through the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services: Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services. Hear how providers across North Carolina are using Therap to meet NC HealthConnex requirements and are directly billing to NC MCOs and NCTracks.

Make sure to stop by our booth!

Did you know

Therap’s developmental disability software includes HL7 compliant Health Information Exchange (HIE) interface that allows providers to send healthcare data on Therap to their local exchange. With Therap’s HIE features, providers can easily track, access and securely share individual’s’ vital health information, allowing for enhanced person centered supports.

Visit our North Carolina state page to learn how Therap is operating in the state of North Carolina to help providers meet state requirements.

IPad Kiosks for Therap in Residential & Day Programs

Carolina Autism Supported Living Services in Charleston South Carolina has found a great way to use IPads in their group homes for documenting in Therap!  Here is a description and pictures from Phil Blevins, Executive Director:

 

“We used iPadWallBracket.com for the enclosure. There are many other sites with similar products but this seemed best for our purposes. We chose the enclosure that covers the “home” button. Then we installed a Kiosk program on the iPad. We chose Kiosk Pro from the Apple store. It’s free but there is a paid version with more features. We set the Therap login page as the start page and limited the kiosks browsing range to the therap domain. There are a few things I could note about setting it up if you ever want details.

We mounted the enclosure to a rolling laptop stand from Office Depot. Since it is plastic we chose not to drill holes in it but used a metal/plastic polymer adhesive to attach the enclosure.

We used iPads with WiFi instead of 3g so we have to make sure there is a working wireless router in the houses. And I’ve noticed that the iPad can’t handle the pop-up body image when entering skin/wound notes. But the staff person can still choose body parts from the drop-down menu. There may be other iPad quirks but we haven’t run into them yet.”
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