WATERBURY, Conn., Oct. 30 -- Therap Services is hosting its 4th annual National Provider Administratorconference in Fishkill, NY February 2-4, 2010. Therap provides electronic documentation and communication services to providers of service to people with developmental disabilities. Therap
Provider Administrators are senior positions such as director of quality assurance, director of nursing, staff development coordinator, executive director, medicaid service coordinator, compliance and house manager in the developmental disabilities community who are responsible for the planning and implementation of Therap system in an agency. Provider Administrators are also responsible for authorizing access to information of staff members, overseeing user activity and maintaining user accounts.
There will be user presentations at the conference. These will include discussions of how Therap is accepted as an electronic signature when dealing with surveyors and audits. There will be discussions regarding use of Therap by family members. Additional sessions will cover policies and procedures regarding deal with protection and advocacy issues.
About Therap Services
Therap Services provides secure, cost-effective information, documentation and communications services tailored to the specific needs of service providers, health professionals, regulators, and family members to improve the quality of life for people with developmental disabilities. Therap's suite of applications includes Health Tracking, Individual and Emergency Data Forms, Individual Service Plans, Behavior Plans, T-Logs, Incident Reports, Calendar, Staff Scheduling, Training Management System, Attendance and Electronic Billing.
For further information, please visit http://www.therapservices.net or call 203-596-7553.
SOURCE Therap Services, LLC
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