AAMI News November 2019, Volume 54, Issue 11
The FDA has released a draft guidance outlining a pilot program designed to accredit third-party testing laboratories for premarket review of medical devices.
The number of ambulatory surgery centers in the U.S. is growing, as is the number of procedures these outpatient centers perform.
How can a patient’s perspective improve the design of the medical devices that they use?
George Washington University Hospital has partnered with Novarad to implement an augmented reality medical solution in a surgical setting.
- News in Brief
- A Quality System for Better Imaging Device Repair
- AI System Quickly Recognizes Pneumonia in X-Rays
- FDA Outlines 2020 Guidance Priorities
- Are Today’s Regulatory Paradigms Fit for the Future?
- William ‘Bill’ Hyman, Dedicated Educator, Dies
- AAMI Seeks Nominations for Awards Programs
- New TIR Helps Manage Postmarket Security Risk
- Tech World: Daily Preventive Maintenance for Blood Gas Analyzers
- The Big Picture: Simulated Training at the University of Connecticut
- Asked & Answered: Complying with TJC
- Career Center: Soft Skills Deliver on 'Our Promise' for Better Customer Service
- One on One with Herman McKenzie
- AAMI All Star: Swepta Gupta
- Members on the Move
- Standards Spotlight: Revised MDS2 Expands Documentation of Security Control Features
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