You can help lead the direction of healthcare technology!
Involvement in AAMI is one of the best ways to get the support, education, and experience you need to advance your career in healthcare technology.
Participate in the development of standards—by proposing a new work item, joining a technical committee, submitting comments on public review drafts, or attending open meetings of AAMI committees and work groups. Review the AAMI Standards Brochure and visit the Standards area to get involved with standards!
Become a Mentor. AAMI launched a brand new mentorship program in January 2015. The program pairs AAMI members who are looking for guidance in particular interest areas with those who have expertise on a variety of healthcare technology topics. Learn more.
Earn your certification by using AAMI-provided resources for candidates pursuing CBET, CLES, CRES, or CHTM certification. Visit the certification area to learn more.
Write for AAMI publications to increase your visibility, help shape the future of healthcare technology, receive certification recertification credit, become eligible for an annual award, and reach over 14,000 professionals. For more information and to submit article ideas or content, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get social by connecting with peers and industry leaders in virtual discussions. Find AAMI on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Members can also contribute to interactive AAMI discussion groups and communities that focus on topics including biomed society leadership, education, quality systems and more!
Propose a Webinar .AAMI encourages members with an interest in contributing to educational programming to propose webinar topics at any time. Learn more.
Take part in humanitarian efforts. Healthcare technology professionals play an instrumental role in improving healthcare in developing countries around the world. Read case studies and find organizations who need volunteers. Learn more about the humanitarian efforts at work today.
Get involved in your local HTM association. Learn more about the associations in your area.