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The sale (a metaphor involving chaps)

Every year when I brought my chain saw in to be serviced and have the blade sharpened, Reggie tried to get me to buy a set of chaps. They weren’t cheap, and, while I was not the least bit sanguine about the destructive power of the saw, I used it infrequently, only in good conditions, and with care. The chaps were a garish orange, and I always declined.  Reggie always shrugged, looked disgusted, and rang up my bill.

A few years ago, when he made his usual offer and I declined, he looked at me for a very long moment, and then said:

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The 'spam sign'

Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is both familiar and common.  This week in the office, I came across a manifestation that I think warrants reporting. I call it the Spam Sign.

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Price, quality, service. And the EHR

Quality in the EHR is a zero-sum game, involving a balancing act among three key but competing needs: scope, resources and usability.

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