Having administrative privileges can be a blessing and a curse. A blessing on the one hand that you can control what is being put into the system and as administrator you have the responsibility to make sure that all information within the system is correct, and individuals that need access to the system have the proper access. The curse is that it is your responsibility to make sure that the information is correct and if you don’t have the necessary time to properly manage the system it can become a difficult task. A great thing about Therap’s admin access, it is broken into different areas, so you can spread out the workload. You can have house managers responsible for password resets, you can have the admissions team responsible for individual intake and discharge, and much much more. Break out the workload.
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