What To Expect At A Catastrophic Injury Screening

When someone has been injured in an accident, whether at the workplace, in an auto accident or other unfortunate event, it's a very devastating time. While the accident may not have been their fault, there are other parties involved that need their questions answered. One way they may approach it is by having the victim partake in a catastrophic injury merit screening. This involves a series of questions and possibly a medical questionnaire or exam. Read More 

2 Common Types Of Allergies And How To Test Them

Millions of Americans deal with all sorts of allergies on a daily basis. But what are these allergies, and how can you find out if you have them? This article discusses the most common types of allergies and how to get a confirmed diagnosis. Seasonal Allergies Seasonal allergies, also known as hay fever or allergic rhinitis, are caused by an overreaction of the immune system to airborne particles like pollen, dust, or mold spores. Read More 

3 Reasons To Employ EMR Scribes In Your Medical Facility

Medical practitioners experience challenges keeping and accessing patients' records because they deal with many people over time. That results in delays in the provision of services. Moreover, physical documents take up a lot of space, and it's costly to keep buying the stationery to record. Luckily, employing remote electronic medical records (EMR) scribes saves you from dealing with large physical documents. It also saves you from the cost of using physical scribes to sit in the office to record all conversations. Read More 

At-Home Colon Cancer Screening: What You Need To Know

One of the most common and effective tests for colon cancer is a colonoscopy. However, there are other tests available that you can choose. At-home colon cancer screening tests are an option to consider, but you may be curious about their effectiveness and reliability. The following are some things you need to know about at-home colon cancer screening tests: How Does an At-Home Test Work? There are different types of at-home colon cancer screening tests. Read More 

You Need To Play The Long Game For Success With Botox Injections

It's practically become common knowledge at this point that getting Botox injections is a quick and relatively painless way to get a younger-looking face with fewer wrinkles. But you should also understand that long-term Botox treatment is about more than just one or even several injections. If you are considering Botox and want the treatment to provide long-term results that last, here are some tips to keep in mind during the weeks and months to come. Read More