Release Overview for 2020.0

Therap is pleased to invite you to join the upcoming webinar on Release Overview for 2020.0. This webinar is scheduled to be held on 6th May, 2020 at 2:00 PM (EST)/11:00 AM (PST). Therap has incorporated new features and module enhancements in its suite of applications to make daily documentation more effortless and efficient for its users! The adept Therap team members, Letisha and Catherine will give you a comprehensive overview of the new releases and will be there to answer your questions and concerns.

We are delighted to announce the new release of Charting the LifeCourse (CtLC) and you will be introduced to its features in detail during this online session. Furthermore, you will get to learn about the new enhancements in the following Therap modules: Diagnoses List, Immunization, Medication History, Provider Administration, Case Management, Service Directory and Pre Auth for Users in North Dakota, as well as MAR for Apple and Android Devices

Know your Hosts:

Letisha Ulmer is currently the Assistant Director of Quality Assurance at Therap Services. She began her journey with Therap in 2014 when she first joined the Therap Training and Implementation team. Her past professional roles include day habilitation secretary, residents’ benefits clerk and Therap administrator.

Catherine Hauser currently fulfills the role of Large Provider Project Manager at Therap Services. She has been working with Therap since 2017. She has 15 years of experience in the Developmental Disabilities field. Her past professional roles include Direct Support Person, QIDP for ICF/DD and CILA programs, DSP Course Coordinator and Program Coordinator.

Click here to learn more about the new releases!

Webinar on Conflict Free Case Management

Join our upcoming webinar on Conflict Free Case Management which is scheduled for 22 January, 2019 at 1:00 PM (EST)/ 10:00 AM (PST).  Jeff and Leah will discuss how Therap handles departmentalization of data by case management agencies. It helps to keep roles and information separate, yet accessible to those who need it. Users can view person-centric service plans, case notes, and incident reports.

Therap Services can support conflict-free case management in states that offer targetted case management and managed care. This brings a level of communication and transparency to conflict-free case management.

Therap’s Case Management system allows case managers to view information recorded for individuals across multiple provider agencies. It gives them the ability to document on individuals. Through a combination of user types, profiles and caseloads, the users can sort relevant data of individuals within their own agencies and beyond.

Presenters at a Glance:

Jeff Covington is Deputy Director of State Implementation at Therap. His role is to oversee implementation of Therap for states. Jeff has extensive experience in project management with a track record in leading diverse team to successful outcomes. He began his career in the intellectual and developmental disability industry in 1994.

Leah Sewell is Senior State Implementation Specialist at Therap. She has been working in the human services field since 1999, providing comprehensive services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Prior to joining Therap, Leah used Therap system for documentation of supports and team-wide communication in residential settings in Southern Maine.

Therap Services, the national leader in the I/DD industry, is helping agencies meet state-specific documentation criteria and support the transition to conflict-free case management in states that already made this transition.

Please click here to register for the webinar.

 

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Developmental Disabilities Software announces Safe Harbor Self-Certification Compliance

Therap Services Home and Community Based Services Software Meets Online Privacy Protection Requirements.

Therap Services announced its compliance with the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor framework. Therap’s developmental disabilities software complies with HIPAA and Safe Harbor security and privacy requirements for individuals, families, providers and government agencies. The self-certification includes Therap Services on the list of participating organizations for the Safe Harbor Framework, which is developed by the U.S. Department of Commerce.

Therap’s Home and Community Based Services software has certified that it adheres to the Safe Harbor Privacy Principles of notice, choice, onward transfer, security, data integrity, access, and enforcement. The development of the Safe Harbor framework is a result of the European Commission’s Directive on Data Protection. This Directive prohibits the transfer of personal data to non-European Union countries that do not meet EU standards for privacy protection.

Therap Services Developmental Disability Software ensures privacy and security in the storage and transmission of information. Case management information entered by service providers and government agencies regarding incident reports, medication administration records, or individual service plans for a person with intellectual disabilities receive reliable and secure access over the Internet. Therap’s patented software gives HCBS agencies the ability to specify caseloads and roles of authorization.

Richard Robbins, Therap C.E.O said, “European based agencies can use Therap’s system with the comfort that our security and data protection is in compliance with the Safe Harbor regulations.”

Therap’s HIPAA, ARRA and HITECH compliant Developmental Disabilities software applications are widely used in home and community-based services (HCBS) and other ID/DD provider settings for documentation, communication and reporting. The web based system by Therap provides person centered planning and assists with case management and eligibility assessments for support providers and state organizations working with developmental disabilities. Secure applications offered by Therap include individual support modules such as incident reports, medication administration records (MAR), behavior tracking, case management, individual service plans and goal tracking, health records, supported employment notes, nursing notes and progress notes among others. Therap also offers staff support for employee training management by certified trainers, individual budgeting and work scheduling as well as billing solutions including service authorizations, attendance and Medicaid claim tracking modules.

Therap 2012.2 Webinars – Managing Oversight Caseloads

Justin gives a demonstration of the new interface for managing caseloads from an oversight account in Therap 2012.2

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Therap for QDDPs

QDDP – Qualified Developmental Disability Professionals or QIDP – Qualified Intellectual Disability Pofessionals (a.k.a., Case Managers) working in ICF-I/DD programs are responsible for the overall supervision and coordination of active programs and services for persons with developmental disabilities. They work alongside nursing/health care professionals to ensure all consumers in the program are receiving appropriate services on an individual basis.

A QDDP is responsible for all programmatic documentation, including assessments, Individual Service/Program Plans (ISP/IPP), behavior plans, goal tracking, periodic reviews and quality assurance reviews. They are also responsible for team meeting documentation and staff training management.

Therap provides a comprehensive solution for QDDP/QIDPs to complete all these tasks in a systematic and efficient way. Therap’s ISP module facilitates methodical and concise service/program plan building and goal tracking. Therap Behavior Tracking applications allow users to create concise behavior plan for users (recommending appropriate interventions for target behaviors) and effectively report on behavioral issues. Therap’s flexible reporting features simplifies periodic reviews and quality assurance reviews. Therap also provides effective tools for staff training and certification management.

In addition to the above, Therap Secure Communications and T-Logs (communication logs) allow QDDPs to communicate securely with case manages, ISP team members, behavior analysis, family members, county and state officials and surveyors. If you are a QDDP, and are looking out for an electronic documentation and record management system, you should definitely check out Therap.

By |2016-11-03T11:10:50+00:00January 9th, 2012|Categories: Adit's Posts|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Therap for QDDPs

DD Waiver Services and Therap Program Types

In Therap DD waiver services such as case management, supported living or private duty nursing are represented as particular ‘programs’. Individuals receiving particular services are enrolled into these programs.

While creating these programs, provider administrators select ‘program types’ from a drop down list, which indicates the type of waiver service being provided. The following table shows a list of Therap program types that can be used for particular DD waiver services:

DD Waiver Service Type Therap Program Type Designation
Case Management Case Management
Supported Living SL (Supported Living)
Family Living Family Living
Independent Living Independent Living
Private Duty Nursing Private Duty Nursing
Supported Employment

  • ISE
  • GSE
  • IISE
SE (Supported Employment)
or
Vocational Services
or
Individual Supported Employment
or
SE/GSE (Group Supported Employment)
or
Community-based Employment Services
Respite Respite
Adult Habilitation DH (Day Habilitation Site)
or
Community-Based Day Habilitation
or
DS (Day Services)
or
Day Program
Community Access Community Integration
or
DS (Day Services)
or
Day Program
or
Community Supports
Other Other

‘Programs’ are used to represent many other types of services such as Adult Rehabilitation Options (ARO), Article 16 Clinics, Foster Care, After School Programs, etc. (Goes to show the wide range of services that can be documented using Therap.) On the off chance the type you want is not on the list, you can select ‘other’.

<table cellspacing=”0″ cellpadding=”0″>
<tr>
<th>DD Waiver Service Type</th>
<th>Therap Program Type Designation</th>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Case Management</td>
<td>Case Management</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Supported Living</td>
<td>SL (Supported Living)</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Family Living</td>
<td>Family Living</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Independent Living</td>
<td>Independent Living</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Private Duty Nursing</td>
<td>Private Duty Nursing</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Supported Employment <br />
<ul>
<li>ISE <br />
</li>
<li>GSE <br />
</li>
<li>IISE</li>
</ul></td>
<td>SE (Supported Employment) <br />
or <br />
Vocational Services <br />
or <br />
Individual Supported Employment <br />
or <br />
SE/GSE (Group Supported Employment) <br />
or <br />
Community-based Employment Services</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Respite</td>
<td>Respite</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Adult Habilitation</td>
<td>DH (Day Habilitation Site) <br />
or <br />
Community-Based Day Habilitation <br />
or <br />
DS (Day Services) <br />
or <br />
Day Program</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Community Access</td>
<td>Community Integration <br />
or <br />
DS (Day Services) <br />
or <br />
Day Program <br />
or <br />
Community Supports</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Other</td>
<td>Other</td>
</tr>
</table>
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