AAMI News May 2017, Volume 52, Issue 5
Regulators in the United States and the European Union are gearing up for a big shift in the way they approve and monitor medical devices.
For the past several years, AAMI has asked members of the HTM community to nominate exemplary professionals as part of its HTM Week celebration.
Certain smartphones and hover boards aren’t the only devices to catch on fire due to battery issues.
Don’t let complexity get in the way of safety in healthcare. That is the “simple” goal of a new coalition—spearheaded by the AAMI Foundation.
- News in Brief
- Then and Now: Experts Weigh in on Clinical Alarm Management
- Standards Committee Tackles Alarm Management
- Coalition Looks to Build Database to Help Reduce Clinical Alarms
- AAMI Staffer Reconnects with Past on Trip Focused on Future
- A Roundup of Comments from the AAMI/FDA/BSI Symposium
- AAMI Buyers Guide
- 10 Things to Know Before You Go
- Tech World: Data Drives Fresh Look at Device Testing Procedures
- The Big Picture: Human Factors Training
- Flashback: In 1970s Article, Biomed Describes Growth of Field
- Career Center: Ways to Start a Conversation and Break the Ice
- Member News: One on One with Eric Franca
- Volunteer Spotlight: Priyanka Upendra
- Members on the Move
- U.K. Regulator Stresses Need for Global Harmonization
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