As the international association representing all Healthcare Technology Management (HTM) professionals, AAMI has created many resources to help HTM Departments standardize and improve operations. Many of these resources are free to the field and have been developed by AAMI's Technology Management Council (TMC), Healthcare Technology Leadership Committee (HTLC) and other HTM Professionals.
HTM Levels Guide—A program planning tool for HTM departments
The HTM Levels Guide is an assessment designed to identify performance improvement opportunities for your department and the services it provides. This third edition features a 39-question online assessment divided into 11 categories to enable you to determine improvement opportunities for your HTM program, both within each category and overall.
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CMMS Collaborative White PapersComputerized maintenance management system (CMMS) software has become essential for healthcare technology management (HTM) program operations. Due to a lack of standardization in data collection, it has been
all but impossible to assess their industry as a whole. That’s why six competing CMMS suppliers recently came together to standardize how medical device information is configured.In the first phast of their work, they outlined an agreed-upon method
for optimizing and standardizing failure codes. The second phase of the group's work focused on defining and standardizing CMMS work order types.
HTM Employee Retention Survey
Across industries, talented professionals are on the move. Whether for better pay, career advancement, or a more flexible schedule, today’s workforce is collectively job-hopping faster than a kid plays hopscotch. A new employee retention survey from AAMI offers insights specific to the healthcare technology management (HTM) field. The report is available for free download. Read more in AAMI News.
Medical Connectivity FAQs
This document is intended to help healthcare technology management (HTM), information technology (IT), and facilities management professionals understand the state of wireless tools and technologies, their use in healthcare, and how they can best be managed given the disparate roles and responsibilities. Click here to learn more.
HTM Job Descriptions