#IamHTM

Healthcare technology management (HTM) professionals work in a variety of areas, have a number of job titles, and come from diverse backgrounds. But they all have one thing in common—a passion to make healthcare technology the very best it can be. Learn more about some of these unsung heroes who are making a difference in their organizations in our ongoing #IamHTM social media series.

Do you know an HTM professional who we should feature? Email Danielle McGeary, AAMI's vice president of HTM, at dmcgeary@aami.org.

Jaspreet Mankoo

Jaspreet Mankoo

“Giving back and being of service to others resonates with me as a member of the Sikh religion, and it drives me professionally to help care for our veterans." —Jaspreet Mankoo, supervisory clinical engineer, VA Boston Healthcare System, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

Wesley Reid

Wesley Reid

“The lives and health of others depend on our knowledge, skill, and thoroughness. This is and always will be my reason for being a part of healthcare technology management.” —Master Sergeant Wesley Reid, U.S. Army service lead and CBET/CHTM at the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) METC BMET Program.

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Alyssa Merkle

“We are the problem solvers.” Alyssa Merkle, 25, is a biomedical engineering manager at Brigham and Women's Hospital (Faulkner) with Aramark Healthcare. “Every day is a new challenge—I love thinking through ways to fix these issues with my team!”

Dean Skillicorn

Dean Skillicorn

"My daughter Jessica, who was born with five congenital birth defects, is why I work as an HTM professional—to ensure an environment of patient safety and access exists in healthcare for all." —Dean Skillicorn, service product manager at Philips Healthcare.