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!

Provider Administration: Beyond the Basics

Join our webinar on ‘Provider Administration: Beyond the Basics’ scheduled on May 3, 2019, at 1 pm ET/ 10 am PT. Therap experts Stephen and Devin will walk you through the Provider Administration module within Therap, including tasks for account upkeep, enabling and restricting access, as well as adding/removing individual records. Administrators are central to the successful implementation of the Therap system in a provider agency. One or more admin accounts are set up assigning all administrative roles while creating a provider account for the agency.

As an administrator, a user creates and manages Programs, Sites and User Accounts. The efficiency of the Therap System largely depends on the correct assignment of user roles and access privileges. It is the administrator who creates super roles and assigns these roles and privileges to the users of the application. As an administrator, a user has the option to create/update the password policy, create/maintain custom fields and track activities of other users within the agency. S/he is also responsible for maintaining shared contacts of the organization.

Know the presenters:

Stephen Flanigan is currently working as a Assistant Director, Strategic Initiatives here at Therap Services. Stephen joined Therap Services in 2008 after working more than ten years in supporting individuals with developmental disabilities.

Devin is a Training & Implementation Specialist who joined the Therap team in 2017. He comes with 7 years of experience in working with individuals that have Developmental Disabilities.

Click here to register.

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New Updates for Therap’s Provider Administration Module

As an administrator, a user creates and manages Programs, Sites and User Accounts. The efficiency of the Therap System largely depends on the correct assignment of user roles and access privileges. It is the administrator who creates and assigns these roles and privileges to the users of the application. As an administrator, a user has the option to create/update the password policy, create/maintain custom fields and track activities of other users within the agency. S/he is also responsible for maintaining shared contacts of the organization.

Administrators are central to successful implementation of the Therap system in a provider agency. One or more admin accounts are set up assigning all administrative roles while creating a provider account for the agency.

Therap’s new release 2018.4.0 has Two Factor Authentication (2FA). The Two Factor Authentication (2FA) module is an optional security feature that provides an extra layer of security by requiring users to enter an additional One Time Password after logging into the application. Users with the Super Admin Administrative Role will need to send requests to the Therap team via ‘My Issues’ to have this feature enabled for their agency account.

In the updated Provider Administration module, instead of requiring both the Super Admin and User Administrative Roles, users will now be able to Force or Disable 2FA during login per user with only the User Administrative Role.

The new and improved Provider Administration module is more secure and user-friendly to record data. Click to know more about the Therap Release 2018.4.0 and what new we have in the Provider Administration module for you.

By |2019-01-15T07:01:02+00:00January 15th, 2019|Categories: Parisha's Posts, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on New Updates for Therap’s Provider Administration Module

Therap Training Academy: Self- Paced, On demand Training Courses

Good Mtherap-training-academy-adorning! My name’s Kara Candelori, and I’m the Assistant Director of Customer Support here at Therap. I’ve  been with the company for 8 years now and am excited to  share with you our new Training Academy. As a  former Residential Director and Classroom Coordinator, and  someone who’s worked with the Training Management  System module specifically, I can certainly relate to how  important training is for folks. I wanted to develop a useful tool with the Academy that would help save agency time, and often sanity, in training and retraining staff on Therap modules; while also providing the consistency of quality across the board in the content of what staff would be trained on. ​I believe our Training Academy can meet those needs, while also making it easy for staff and supervisors to track progress and run reports. I’d love to assist any of you with any questions or concerns on how to use this at your own agency, so don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Here’s some more information about this new resource:

Therap’s Training Academy offers free, on demand training courses to all users. Need to train staff or yourself on GERs, Tlogs, Provider Administration, ISP data, MARs and more? No problem! Let Therap Trainers do it for you, and supervisors at your agency can then track staff progress and run helpful reports. Every user who takes a training will also receive a certificate of completion and will also have the opportunity to take quizzes to test comprehension and retention. Great tool for self training, team meetings, training new staff, retraining existing staff, corrective actions, etc.

Learn more here about all the courses that Therap has to offer and get training today!

 

By |2018-02-25T11:33:41+00:00August 9th, 2015|Categories: Training Academy|Tags: , , , , , , |Comments Off on Therap Training Academy: Self- Paced, On demand Training Courses

Therap Training Academy Provider Administration Course

Therap announces new Training Academy course on Provider Administration. This training course is ideal for new provider admins/super admins who are just learning how to setup the system and manage it. It’s also great as a refresher course for existing admins. It includes details like, creating programs, users, individuals, and more.

The Provider Administration course is designed for users who are provider administrators/Super Admins for the Therap system or users with certain admin capabilities assigned to them for helping to setup and/or manage the system.

Topics Covered include:

  • Provider Administration
  • Introduction
  • Logging In
  • Creating Job Titles
  • Creating Sites
  • Creating Programs
  • Inputting Individuals
  • Creating Super Roles
  • Creating New Users
  • Useful Information
  • Deactivating/Activating Users
  • Resetting User Passwords
  • Configuring Agency Password Policy
  • Provider Preferences
  • Activity Tracking
  • Creating Splash Messages
  • Updating/Deleting Splash Messages
  • Creating Signup Agreements
  • Editing Signup Agreements/View Signed User Lists
  • Switching to Test Mode to Practice
  • Things to Consider
  • We’re Here to Help
  • Total Approximate Duration : 45 min

The training includes review quizzes, handouts, and a certificate upon training completion.

Click here to take the course.

For more courses from our new Training Academy please click here.

By |2018-02-25T11:44:46+00:00March 28th, 2015|Categories: Training Academy|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Therap Training Academy Provider Administration Course

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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Privilege Browser

User access privilege management has become more convenient in Therap 9.0! Now, the ‘Privilege Browser’ allows Provider Administrators to view Super Roles, CaseLoads and User Privilege all from with a cool new graphical user interface (GUI).

With the Privilege Browser Provider Administrators will be able to view Super Roles, CaseLoad and Users’ list by switching tabs in a browser likeinterface, before and after creating caseloads, all at one go.
access priviledge viewing browser

The ‘Back’ and ‘Forward’ button take the user to the previous/next action done by the user at the Privilege Browser page.

When you start the Privilege Browser a pop-up window will be displayed. Check the ‘Always trust content from this publisher’ box and click on Run.

By |2016-11-03T11:10:59+00:00June 16th, 2011|Categories: Adit's Posts|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Privilege Browser