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- Visit the AAMIBlog—see the most recent contributions in the right column. Your post or response to a post is always welcome.
- 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.
- The AAMI Podcast explores 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
November 14, 2017 – Robert Sayle: Going with the (Analytics) Flow
Hey biomed! It's me again, Bob in IT. What are you doing up here in labor and delivery? I'm here troubleshooting a problem the nurses are having with their wireless phones. I'm glad I ran into you, got a moment? We've been talking a lot about on-boarding your equipment: authentication, profiling, and then securing the link. […]
November 13, 2017 – Ken Hoyme: Success in Medical Device Cybersecurity Demands Collaboration
This has been a high-profile year for health information technology (IT) cybersecurity incidents, with a particular focus on medical devices being exposed to risk. While the WannaCry ransomware had a limited impact in the United States, it greatly affected hospitals in the United Kingdom. And although the system wiper, NotPetya, did not have a widespread […]
November 6, 2017 – Avinash Konkani: Improving Manufacturers’ Response Time in Correcting Problems
As healthcare technology management (HTM) professionals, we understand how challenging it is to manage medical device recalls, perform field safety correction, and advise affected customers. All three of these notifications (i.e., recalls, field safety correction, customer advisory) from manufacturers are categorized as â€œurgent.â€ We follow up with internal customers about these notifications, undergo the required […]