Therap In Tennessee & The Impact of Federal Legislation on the Provider Network
Sponsored by Guardian Pharmacy of Tennessee, Caregiver of Tennessee, 
Easterseals of Tennessee, & Madison Haywood Developmental Services

1 Session:
10am CT to 10:45am CT
Therap In Tennessee: Present & Future - Therap is pleased and honored to be part of the DIDD Integrated Waiver Modernization effort in Tennessee. This presentation will focus on the implementation of Therap as the Electronic Health Record for this project. We will hone in on the effort needed to implement Incident Reporting (GER) and Electronic Visit Verification (EVV). This will include speaking to the needs of our current customer base in Tennessee and our future partners in this endeavor moving forward. Presenters are Anna Bromberg & Rich Frettoloso
About Anna Bromberg
Anna joined Therap in July 2021 and supports Therap's state contracts. She previously worked as an administrator in a state division of developmental disabilities. Anna's experience centers around project management, systems development, evaluation, and quality improvement.
About Rich Frettoloso
Rich joined Therap in 2018. He has worked in the human services field since 1991 as a Direct Support Professional, Facility Administrator and a Regional Vocational Director. Rich currently supports many states using Therap as well as supporting states that are implementing and using Therap EVV. He is based in North Myrtle Beach, SC
There will be a 15-minute break between the morning's presentations.
2 Session: 
11am CT to 11:45am CT
The Impact of Federal Legislation on the Provider Network - This presentation will set the context for the Better Care Better Jobs legislation, grounded in the intent of the ADA, and discuss the elements of the legislation. Presented by Connie Garner, Senior Policy Director, Foley Hoag, Washington, D.C.
About Connie Garner
As Senior Policy Director, Connie focuses her practice on policy development, implementation, and advocacy strategy related to vulnerable populations. In addition, she continues to serve as the Executive Director of "Allies for Independence" - a nonprofit coalition dedicated to addressing long term service and support needs in the disability and aging community. Her areas of expertise include health care, disability, mental health and substance use disorders, long term care, and education policy. Education: George Washington University, Ed.S; George Mason University, M.S. in Nursing; University of Pennsylvania, B.S. in Nursing 
For more information on the complete conference series, please click on the Program Information Link below. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the TNCO staff at either [email protected] or [email protected].