The HTLC has developed several books and other resources that have remained among AAMI's best-selling publications for years. They include:
Electrical Safety Manual
AAMI’s best-selling guide, the Electrical Safety Manual, is a mainstay resource for professionals, including those in healthcare technology management (HTM), who are responsible for electrical safety in healthcare facilities. The 2015 edition contains updated standards and fresh insights on the changing landscape. The latest edition is available here.
The HTLC published standardized job descriptions in the clinical engineering field as guidance for CE directors and managers. The CEMC is working to expand this offering. If you have a position you would like to see included, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Descriptions are available for the following positions:
- BMET Apprentice/Intern
- BMET I
- BMET II
- BMET III
- BMET Team Leader
- Biomedical Supervisor
- Clinical Engineer
- Clinical Engineering Manager
- Clinical Engineering Director
- Imaging Specialist
The Uniform Terminology and Taxonomy Initiative
The Uniform Terminology and Taxonomy Initiative, a subcommittee of the HTLC, is working to collect, create, validate, and publish uniform terms and definitions related to adverse events. For more information on this project, please email Danielle McGeary at email@example.com.
Computerized Maintenance Management Systems
Computerized Maintenance Management Systems for Healthcare Technology Management—The third edition of this popular book offers a foundation for working within a CMMS, which is essential to the success of every HTM department. Written byTed Cohen, MS, FACCE and Matthew F. Baretich, PE, PhD.