AAMI News February 2018, Volume 53, Issue 2
Christine Cashen, one of the featured speakers at AAMI 2018, will focus on what everyone can do to reclaim control of their lives.
Medical device manufacturers may soon have a simpler and less time-consuming way to report device malfunctions to the Food and Drug Administration.
A lot of changes are on their way in a number of different countries, according to Eamonn Hoxey, an international quality and regulatory compliance consultant.
Healthcare delivery organizations and medical device manufacturers need to be on the same page about the amount and type of cybersecurity information that should be shared.
- European Regulators Issue Cybersecurity Recommendations
- Colleagues Mourn the Loss of Two AAMI Founders
- News in Brief
- Everything You Thought You Knew about Passwords is Wrong, Experts Say
- Top 10 Ways to Mitigate the Risk and Effect of Cyberattacks on Medical Devices
- Security Expert Looks to Improve Trustworthiness of Medical Devices
- Postcard from the Field: Advancing HTM in China
- Tech World: What to Do When Things Go Bump in the Night
- The Big Picture
- Asked & Answered: Managing Service Contracts
- Career Center: Tips and Resources to Help Your Afford Your Dream Career
- One on One with Robert Sayle
- AAMI All Star: Dean Skillicorn
- Members on the Move
- Standards Spotlight: Endoscope Reprocessing Working Group Strives toward Stronger Guidelines
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