WATERBURY, Conn., Oct. 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Therap Applications operate on modern browsers including Mozilla Firefox,
Ken Slavin, East Coast Business Development Director, Therap Services, states, "Therap is committed to providing systems that keep pace with innovation in how and where services are provided and documented. Therap keeps pace with increased security demands, increased community supports, and the transition from ID/DD specific systems to Long Term Services and Supports (LTSS) systems."
According to the guidance outlined by the Office of Civil Rights Security for conducting accurate and thorough assessment of the potential risks and vulnerabilities to the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of electronic protected health information, Therap has invested heavily in development and testing to make sure its systems meet the new required security rule standards without sacrificing security or performance.
Therap applications are available to users in the home and community setting. Using any of the standard browsers, staff members including Direct Support Professionals, Registered Nurses, QIDPs enter service data, record service logs and medication administrations. Therap understands that agencies may prefer a single default browser on their devices and therefore strives to expand security and browsing compatibility to work across multiple browser platforms.
Therap's person-centered Individual Support Plan brings the full picture of services and outcomes together. Support planning tools allow for quickly referencing goals and individual outcomes statuses, reviewing team plan minutes and creating an ISP Agenda to drive meetings based on the needs and areas identified through the individual's Personal Focus Worksheet. Staff is equipped with the necessary information needed for person-centric service delivery as data is readily available on any standard browser on their computers or phone. Family members have accounts configured to access case notes, health appointments, incidents, progress reports and more documentation that they can look up using a standard browser at their own convenience.
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