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Therap Services Announces Release 7.3 for the Developmental Disability Community
Date:6/15/2008

WATERBURY, Conn., June 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Therap Services announces the release of version 7.3 of its integrated suite of documentation, communication and reporting applications. The system is now up and running with its latest features and enhancements.

Major updates in version 7.3 include:

ISP Plan

-- A new ISP Plan module has been introduced for New York providers. It

can also be used by providers in other states with the appropriate ISP

Plan roles.

-- The ISP Plan module can be used to document information such as

'Person's Valued Outcomes', 'Natural Supports and Community Resources',

'Medicaid State Plan Services', and 'HCB Waiver Service Summary' among

other information.

-- It automatically shows the individual's contacts and shared contacts

from the approved IDF module as well as all approved IPOPs of the

individual.

-- External files can be attached, and review comments can also be added

after the form has been approved.

General Event Reports (GER)

-- The GER module now supports the following APD forms for Florida: Agency

for persons with disabilities - Incident Reporting Form and Agency for

persons with disabilities - Follow-Up Measures Taken.

-- Multiple files can now be attached to GERs by users with GER Submit,

Review, and Approve roles. Users can see information such as the file

description, date of attachment and the name of the person who attached

the file. The total size for all attachments can be maximum 10 MB. When

files are removed it is recorded in the Activity Tracking module for

Provider Administrators.

-- The GER PDF form now shows the Individual Name, Medicaid Number, Date

of Birth or the Social Security Number at the top of the PDF form, when

set by the Provider Administrator.

Health Tracking

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