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As an International Centre for Healing, founded by music legend Eric Clapton, Crossroads Centre offers residential care in an intensive therapeutic and supportive environment, away from the confusion and distractions of living with addiction. Since 1997, their commitment has been to provide treatment of the highest quality and integrity, while optimally supporting the dignity of individuals and their families suffering from the effects of alcohol and other drug addictions. We are pleased to announce that they have signed with Sigmund.

"The Crossroads Centre team had performed an extensive search and evaluation of available EHR software products and we are delighted to have been selected as their preferred vendor", said Romana Brigante, Client Development. "We look forward to supporting their efforts to provide healing and care to those in recovery."

For more information about Crossroads Centre Antigua, please visit them at www.crossroadsantigua.org

From our blog

Remembering the good old days

I grew up in the 60's. Black and white TV, moon landings, JFK. I remember waiting for the TV to warm up, and I remember watching the white dot until it disappeared when the set was turned off. Then came the 70's, with bigger TV sets and bigger hair, both in psychedelic color. The 80's introduced MTV, the 90's the Internet, and from then on it has been a roller coaster that gets faster every day. But I still remember that massive TV set in the corner.

Nowadays, I have a 48" flat screen LED TV attached to my wall. I can control it through my iPhone. I can surf the Internet, check email, or watch videos from my computer. Nice. No way would I go back to black and white cathode ray technology. 

I think most of us feel the same: Nostalgia is fine, but it should be kept in a rose-tinted box until we want to look at it again. Modern technology offers far better picture quality and viewing convenience. So why, oh why, is everyone so resistant to change?