Whether it’s developing standards, writing an article, mentoring a member, or serving on a committee, you can make a difference in your field. Getting involved in AAMI is one of the best ways to get support, education, and experience to advance your career in healthcare technology.
Scheduled for Sept. 29–30 in Herndon, VA, the summit is designed for leaders in the medical device industry, regulatory affairs experts, HTM professionals, and all who are involved in managing healthcare technology risks.
Reviewed by a team from the FDA and AAMI, this new edition features information on new regulations and standards, presented in a fresh, easy-to-read layout.
Interoperability remains a huge challenge, one that might seem insurmountable at times. In this issue of BI&T, we check in with two hospitals profiled in 2012 and look at one more to see how they are progressing.
8/10/2015 – Effects of Patient Load and other Monitoring System Design Choices on Inpatient Monitoring Quality
8/26/2015 – Human Factors for Medical Devices Course
8/31/2015 – Quality System Requirements & Industry Practice Course
Respirator Inventor, Aviator Remembered for Pioneering Work – 8/3/2015
A ‘Call for Action’ in Training BMETs in Low-Resource Countries – 8/3/2015
Cerner Lands $4.3 Billion Defense Contract – 7/31/2015
Electrical Safety Manual
A mainstay resource for professionals responsible for electrical safety in healthcare facilities. Learn more.
Pictures from Denver
Take a photographic tour of AAMI 2015.