Monthly Archives: March 2014

How can ear wax be important to us?

Everyone produces earwax, which is a natural process. Ear wax is a sticky substance that is made out of mixture secretions from glands that line the ear canal, sloughed-off skin cells, and bits of hair. That’s why tiny glands in the outer ear canal constantly pump out a watery substance, which gets mixed with bits […]

Ways to avoid repeating mistakes during EHR replacement

Replacing an EHR that has failed to work well for a contributor can be a tough and expensive decision.  Is it worth going through all the hassle of a new implementation just to change a few aspects of your clinical workflow?  Not if you are just going to repeat the same mistakes that led you […]