Shame on me for not blogging… I have been a little busy.
Since my last post, I have been in the throes of launching 2 more Mosaic agencies. Osceola / Chariton officially began using the “Big 3” modules on Tuesday, May 22nd and Des Moines implement the same modules on June 21st.
Since the last week of April, I have trained over 490 staff who provide care to over 260 individuals. 383 of those staff were trained in the last 16 days. Needless to say… I can now train T-Log’s, GER’s and SComm’s in my sleep.
After all of this training, I am convinced that the hardest part of the class is logging into the system. For some reason, login name, password and provider code tends to create the most confusion for a majority of new users. I have yet to figure out why. Perhaps the human being has a switch in the brain… perhaps when the words “case sensitive” are spoken, the ears are turned off?
You would think that new users would have issues with writing GER’s or T-Log’s… but, that is not the case. Therap is so simple and intuitive, the content in these modules is typically beyond what was the expectation.
My friends, the most common mistake…user error…problem is……..wait for it…………..
“I locked myself out of Therap. Could you please reset my password?”
Am I complaining? No.
I find it absolutely amazing that a vast majority of new users of Therap can attend a 3 hour training course, and then begin using the system, just as easily as “a fish takes to water”.
BTW – I trained my first “Individual” at the Des Moines agency. He cannot wait to access his notes.