AAMI News January 2020, Volume 55, Issue 1
The European Union is approaching its highly anticipated deadline to implement the Medical Device Regulation.
With fewer qualified candidates in the hiring pool and an aging workforce, recruiting new healthcare technology management (HTM) professionals is more important than ever.
The Food and Drug Administration’s Immunology Devices Panel is pushing for more stringent labeling requirements for manufacturers of metal-containing medical implants.
Medical robots can make minimally invasive surgeries easier with robot-assisted surgery (RAS), offering patients fewer complications, shorter hospital stays, faster recovery, and lower overall costs compared to open surgery.
- NEWS in Brief
- Surgical Robots: A Biomedical Engineering Challenge
- Siemens Healthineers Acquires Precision Robotics Innovator
- Chinese Regulatory Authority Meets with AAMI, ANSI
- CDRH Pilot, Innovation Challenges Address Ethylene Oxide Hurdles
- Remembering Fenil Sutaria
- Tech World: Laser Safety Is a Big Deal
- The Big Picture: AAMI Standards Meeting
- Asked & Answered: Medical Device Sterilization Validation
- Career Center: A ‘Starter Kit’ for HTM Compliance Programs
- One on One with Stéfan Robert
- AAMI All Star: Larry Talapa
- Members on the Move
- Standards Spotlight: U.S. Adopts Two Medical Robotics Standards
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