Taxonomy of Leprechauns: A Non-Authoritative Guide
As befits any imaginary subject, there is no authoritative taxonomy of Leprechauns; like dragons, affordable housing in San Francisco, and happy SharePoint users–they do […]

Access Innovations, Inc. Releases Data Harmony® Version 3.11

Access Innovations, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of Version 3.11 of its Data Harmony Suite of software tools.

The Data Harmony Suite provides […]

Uniquely Us

By |February 29th, 2016|Access Insights, Featured, Taxonomy|0 Comments

Humans, as we know them today, are the only extant members of Hominina clade (or human clade), a branch of the tribe Hominini belonging to the family of great apes. Their characteristics are erect posture and bipedal […]

Hilariously Weird ICD-10 Codes

By |February 22nd, 2016|Access Insights, Featured, Taxonomy|0 Comments

ICD-10 codes are used for medical billing purposes all over the world. If you limp into a healthcare facility with a broken ankle, there’s […]

Data Harmony Users Group in the Rear View Mirror

By |February 15th, 2016|Access Insights, Featured, Taxonomy|0 Comments

The 12th annual Data Harmony Users Group (DHUG) has come and gone. Twenty-five attendees joined the Access Innovations staff last week to hear case […]

Groundhog Day: Names and Recursions

I’m sure you’re all just like me and waiting anxiously to hear the results from Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, whence this very day we will find […]

Looking Forward To DHUG: Part 2

By |January 25th, 2016|Access Insights, Featured|0 Comments

Wednesday, February 10 is the second official day of DHUG, and it kicks off with a bang.

Our keynote speaker, Dr. Moriba Jah, who hates […]

Looking Forward To DHUG: Part 1

By |January 18th, 2016|Access Insights, Featured|0 Comments

It’s that special time of year again, the snowcapped mountains and chilly air a reminder that spring is still a few weeks away.  It’s […]