Enter service data, progress notes, and record medications administered using Therap Mobile Applications. Therap provides mobile apps for both Android and iOS platforms.
Reset passwords from remote locations
View and enter progress notes
Collect Person Centered Data in the community setting
Record administered medications
Therap’s mobile application provides a collection of tools that enable support professionals to provide improved care to individuals, especially when providing services in a community setting.
Remotely collect service data
Verify visits using GPS location
Collect signatures to verify service delivery
Take photographs as part of documentation
View service data from a convenient location
The ISP Data tool on the Therap mobile app enables support professionals to remotely collect service data of individuals they support. Photos are date and time stamped and directly uploaded to Therap. Each action taken by the user is marked with an electronic signature.
Document daily logs, notes and follow-ups
Categorize health notes, behavior notes, contact & general information
Track daily logs from your mobile device and from any convenient location
With the mobile T-Log tool, users can view and submit progress notes conveniently. The submitted T-Log is automatically time and date stamped. T-Logs allow users to communicate effectively and the information can be efficiently shared and followed up on in a HIPAA compliant way.
Administer and record scheduled and PRN medications
View allergies, diagnoses, and images of medication
Access shared medical contacts
Medications can be viewed and recorded in a day-view, allowing forward or backward navigation. The First DataBank drug reference tool includes the picture for drug identification. Individual’s allergy records, diagnoses and contacts can also be accessed.
Mobile Password Reset
This is a feature for Therap administrators of agencies to reset passwords of sta members. It is especially helpful for agencies in a distributed setting where overnight sta may forget their passwords.