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Knowledge is Power

Ken Slavin did a nice overview of changes within HIPAA and HiTECH, as well as reviewing the meaning surrounding CCHIT’s and ONC’s definitions of EHRs.

Video on Trainings for Certified Trainers: A Discussion about HiTECH, HIPAA, and CCHIT

By |2013-03-15T20:24:45+00:00March 15th, 2013|Categories: Allison's Posts|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Knowledge is Power

Wyoming holds first user group!

Thank you to Nowcap for hosting Wyoming’s first user group session. There were nine people representing four organizations in attendance. Thanks so much to Ken Slavin for guiding us on this journey through changes and usage of Therap programs. Today is a new day and Therap is a beaming ray of sunshine to welcome us to it!

By |2012-09-14T16:57:43+00:00September 14th, 2012|Categories: Kitti Gutierrez's Posts|Tags: |Comments Off on Wyoming holds first user group!

Therap in Montana

As the final day of the regional conference in Helena gets underway shortly, it is so wonderful to have spent time with such great folks. The Therap trainers are so great with their time and knowledge base. The participants are all wrapping their arms around Therap in different levels of module usage and the future is looking full of possibilities. Thanks to Maureen and her fabulous staff!

By |2012-06-13T12:44:55+00:00June 13th, 2012|Categories: Kitti Gutierrez's Posts|Tags: , , |2 Comments

Destination – Therap!

Hello everyone in the world of Therap!

A little about me:

I have been with Mosaic for 6 years now, beginning as a PeopleSoft senior developer and progressing to my current position as Quality Data Management Director. A lot of people ask me what my job is – I oversee the systems that track individuals in service and overall quality of our organization. This includes data analysis and reporting, along with functionality specifications and training of end-users. In other words – a whole lot wrapped into one! I am originally from Nebraska (born and raised), and seem to keep coming back here. I have lived in South Dakota, Ohio and Texas, as well. I went to college at South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, and actually have a BS degree in Industrial Engineering. The software industry hit big when I graduated, and I have been in that field ever since. I have a son who will be starting college next week (already???) in Wyoming, so I will probably be making a few road trips out there! In my spare time I enjoy gardening, travel, cooking/canning/preserving, and making attempts at becoming “greener”.

Here at Mosaic we are busy ramping up for our Therap implementation. Our theme is ‘Destination – Therap’, and we are excited to begin our journey. Well, actually, our journey has already begun. Our Delaware agency has been using Therap for several years now, and 5 of our Nebraska agencies started using GER’s for community-based services in April. As Mosaic’s “super admin”, I had 5 days (including the weekend) to get 600+ individuals up and running in Nebraska. It was my first actual attempt at converting individuals from our existing PeopleSoft Client Information System into Therap. I was very pleased with the ease-of-use and simplicity of the import process. I can now move an individual or an agency within a matter of minutes from PeopleSoft to Therap!

Developers from both Therap and Mosaic have been busy working on our interface between PeopleSoft Financials and Therap, and testing has been going well. The 9.1 release put a damper on our integration development timeframe, but the 9.1 enhancements are exciting to see and have made integration easier. Thanks team!

My work life is now almost totally dedicated to Therap. I am currently working on privilege matrices, provider default setup, notification profiles, training methods and work process flowcharts for Therap – to name a few.

Our first phase of implementation will consist of IDF, GER’s, T-Logs and SCOMM, with a few agencies using Appointment Tracking.

We have a long journey ahead, but one thing we are certain of – the destination is Therap!!!

~Lorelei Lascko

By |2016-11-03T10:15:52+00:00August 23rd, 2011|Categories: Lorelei Glenn's Posts|Tags: , , , , |1 Comment

Welcome, Lorelei!

Picture of Lorelei Lascko, the Quality Data Management Director for Mosaic.

Another major smarty pants has joined the Certified Trainer club: Lorelei Lascko, the Quality Data Management Director for Mosaic. For those of you who don’t know, Mosaic is one of those gigantic multi-state providers…so Lorelei’s job is a big dealie.  And using Therap is making it much easier for her to ensure that Mosaic’s documentation is up to snuff. On top of that, she is their super-super Super Admin…

Therap is up and running for Mosaic in Delaware and Nebraska (mostly) and Lorelei is keeping her eye on SEVEN pilots in CO, NE, IN, TX, KS, IA,  and IL to bring Mosaic fully live by July 2012. I’d tell you some fun facts about her like what she does in her free time but looks like she doesn’t have any… ;)

I’m pretty sure Lorelei knows everything. I couldn’t even trick her with the new 9.1 stuff…sigh. They get smarter and smarter.

Watch for her awesome blogs on top of the other awesome blogs over here.

Allison

By |2016-11-03T10:15:52+00:00August 1st, 2011|Categories: Allison's Posts|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Welcome, Lorelei!