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- Check out the Hot Topics area where you'll find up-to-date information on topics from alarm systems to wireless technology.
- AAMI's discussion groups are a good way to talk about an issue—whether you are asking a question or giving an answer.
- AAMI podcasts explore today's most pressing healthcare technology challenges and the multidisciplinary approaches that are being used to clarify and resolve them.
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From the AAMIBlog
June 19, 2017 – Melissa Kozak: Put Device Users First with Human Factors-Informed Procurement
Think about the last time you saw a demonstration of a new medical device. Were you guided through all the new and innovative features by an expert who was able to step in and assist with any questions or difficulties as you tried it for the first time? Now think about the last time you […]
June 5, 2017 – Emma Fauss: Remote Monitoring Is No Remote Concern for Hospitals
Remote monitoring and virtual surveillance are quickly becoming a top priority at hospitals across the country. One of the main drivers is the growth of health systems where the main campus is looking for ways to remotely monitor its rural and sub-acute facility patients. Another driver is the desire to remotely monitor patients in higher […]
June 2, 2017 – Emma Fauss: Leverage Your Device Data for Advanced Event Detection
Clinical staffers spend about 20% of their time on documentation alone. While it's difficult to summarize the error rates, studies show that they range from 5% to 95%, depending upon the condition, patient, and measurement. Inaccurate documentation has many risks, from clinical risks such as cherry-picked vitals and handoff, to financial risks such as revenue […]