Aging

Electronic Documentation for Services provided to Older Americans

To learn about how Aging services are being documented on Therap

Are you facing any of these issues documenting aging services?

  • Need an integrated comprehensive electronic health records system

  • Need access to demographic and medical information from a central location

  • Need tools to measure health outcomes including chronic conditions

  • Inaccuracies in service provision data

Therap’s software includes tools for agencies supporting older adults including persons with chronic conditions and Older Americans Act (OAA)-funded services.

How Therap Can Help

Therap’s Long Term Services and Supports software assists providers and professionals supporting older adults across a spectrum of services, from documentation of in-home services and chronic disease management to tracking health and quality of life outcomes, part of an effective strengthening of services for the older adult population. Therap’s tools bring individuals back into the center of the conversation about their care.

  • Demographic and Identification data, Insurance, Family contacts and Clinical/Service Providers, including doctors, speech and language pathologists, occupational therapists
  • Medical Profiles including Diagnoses, Allergies & Medications
  • Guidelines, Information & Emergency contacts
  • Personalize from a library of thousands of templates by Aging service providers

  • Outcomes reporting, clinical and statistical reports
  • HIPAA Compliant
  • View & Enter Progress Notes
  • View & Collect Aging Services Data

  • Information submitted is through the app and not saved to the device
  • Billable service by duration, type
  • Configurable questionnaire for compliance questions, checklists, surveys
  • Falls prevention
  • Track critical incidents, injuries, events
  • Integrated drug database
  • Due medications
  • Therap’s Mobile App
  • Pending Admission notes allow for pre-intake notations that may travel with referrals
  • Eligibility templates including required documents, category, status and referred by
  • Admission to Aging services, program enrollment

  • Referral from service coordination agency to clinical services and Aging services providers

  • Assessments and Worksheets to determine services
  • Manage Needs and Interventions
  • Set and review timelines
  • Note screenings and assessments
  • Comprehensive assessments with linked Plan of Care

Scheduling/Electronic Visit Verification

  • Calendar based schedule building
  • Service and limits are coordinated with Service Authorizations
  • Primary check-in/out via Therap mobile app (iOS and Android) – includes GPS location
  • Check-in/out optional in the regular Therap web application

Pharmacy Interface

  • Direct medication input from the pharmacy
To learn about how Aging services are being documented on Therap

By 2050, the U.S. Census predicts that 19.6 million American workers will be 65 years or older, roughly 19 percent of the total U.S. workforce

With growing number of aging americans, the healthcare industry must respond to the shifting demographic trends and changing needs of the population to help them live longer and maintain a high quality of life at every age, regardless of any onset of chronic conditions. To support the growing number of older Americans living in the community, successful community-based programs are being replicated that improve function and quality of life through increased physical activity, prevention of falls, and improved functioning.

Providers running community-based programs for older Americans will need to implement technology that enhances outcomes of value based care through reporting and tracking of person-centric service data.