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Settling in For a Long Winter

It is a busy time of year here in Alaska as we all scurry around finishing all those outside projects before everything is buried in ice or snow. Yards cleaned, tools put away, toys winterized and covered, it is a lot to do and the temperatures are already dipping below freezing at night and some days.

I recently had knee surgery and was able to work from home while I recovered, we are trying to get all departments up and running doing ISPs so that we can move to electronic billing. I was able to get a lot accomplished working from home without all the regular interruptions of my attention being pulled 20 different directions. We are still not ready but partly because of IT issues with hardware.
We were looking into Chrome books but then there was some IT conference so that may all be changing again. We have bypassed our original date to have all departments go live and pushed it out due to hardware for the remote staff. I do feel like we are making great progress in training all staff and input of data.

Now I am looking forward to the National Conference, hope ot see you all there!!

By |2016-11-03T10:15:20+00:00October 10th, 2013|Categories: Kristine Davis's Posts|Tags: , , , , , |Comments Off on Settling in For a Long Winter

CT Conference

It was nice to see so many familiar faces at the CT Conference last week!   I was very excited to be able to present at the Conference and share Oak Hill’s process for developing ISP’s.    I would much rather present in front of a group and think it went well!  Many of you here in CT should also attend our User Group Meetings at Oak Hill in Hartford.    Please email me at julianm@ciboakhill.org and we can add you to the list.  It is a great place to share ideas, ask questions, and see what other agencies are doing on Therap. 

Looking forward to the Conference in Kansas City!   

Mary Beth Julian

Program Supervisor-Oak Hill

By |2013-10-04T17:04:57+00:00October 4th, 2013|Categories: Mary Beth Julian's Posts|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on CT Conference

Upcoming Regional Conference

Our NM Regional Conference is quickly approaching – next week infact! I’m looking forward to learning new things and helping others learn about Therap. I’ll be leading two sessions that I’m pretty excited about.

1. Reports for Audits, Survey, and Accreditation
2. The NM ISP and Therap

I’m hoping to support NM agencies to maximize their state-mandated Therap access, so it is useful to them in many levels. The most time cosuming part is making sure there is enough dummy data in the demo accounts to actually show something worthwhile when pulling reports. So for the next week, that’s what I’m up to.

By |2013-05-20T17:48:11+00:00May 20th, 2013|Categories: Brianne Conner's Posts|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Upcoming Regional Conference

I’m a presenter!!??

So I just agreed to be a presenter at the Montana Regional Conference in Helena June 12-13. I am excited and nervous all at the same time. I am going to be talking about GER’s and Montana’s Incident Management System and also how to take Montana’s PSP’s and put them into Therap’s ISP module. Are there comments/suggestions on these topics that people wish they would have known about or that I should make sure to mention?

By |2013-03-19T17:34:12+00:00March 19th, 2013|Categories: Lacy Hutchens's Posts|Tags: , , , , |1 Comment

ISP Data Status

Now that we are implementing ISP’s across our pilot agencies, a question has come up regarding the status of ISP Data. From what we can tell, there are only 2 statuses – In Prep & Deleted. Does the data ever change to a different status? Our agencies would like to see Approved or Reviewed, for data that has been reviewed by management. It would also be nice for those that are tied to a Billing Service Authorization, to change to a Billed status.

By |2013-02-13T16:36:30+00:00February 13th, 2013|Categories: Lorelei Glenn's Posts|Tags: , , |2 Comments

Notifications for ISP’s

As Mosaic is beginning our implementations for ISP Plans and Programs, I decided to take a look at the Notifications for this module. I soon discovered that the module for Programs is called something much different than what I had expected! Individual Service Plans in notifications are the Plans, whereas Individual Support Plans are the ISP Programs. I did put in a feedback to have the name for Individual Support Plans changed to something that more closely follows the naming convention used throughout the FirstPage and Dashboard for Programs.

By |2012-11-02T19:12:08+00:00November 2nd, 2012|Categories: Lorelei Glenn's Posts|Tags: , |1 Comment

Oh how time flies…and things change

It is hard to believe that two years ago this month Dungarvin Oregon began implementing Therap.  At the time, it felt like a daunting task to me, and to many of our staff.  As I began training GERs and T-Logs, I will never forget the looks on the faces staring back at me; most in disbelief that we really were doing this…making the switch from paper to electronic documentation.  How could we?!

My have things changed!  As time passed and we continue(d) to implement module after module,  those doubtful faces staring back at me in trainings began to change.  Long term staff began to embrace the idea that Therap was here to stay.  They began to see the value in Therap, and were relieved (and surprised!) by it’s intuitive nature.  Finally, I was not alone in my excitement! 

 In addition to GERs, T-Logs, Health Tracking, ISP data, and MARs, I am excited to say that we are looking to implement the financial, TMS, and a newly created (specifically designed for Oregon) ISP modules  by the end of this year.  At every conference and user group meeting, I am amazed at the possibilities and the creative ways Therap can be utilized.  So many modules, so little time!

Thank you Therap (and Allison) for opening our eyes, helping us implement positive change, and saving trees!

By |2012-08-21T22:24:26+00:00August 21st, 2012|Categories: Gina Loraine's Posts|Tags: , , , , , |Comments Off on Oh how time flies…and things change