AAMI News April 2019, Volume 54, Issue 4
The medical device industry is wondering what’s next after the unexpected announcement from Scott Gottlieb that he is stepping down as commissioner of the FDA.
With more healthcare data being collected than ever before, how can it be used to make healthcare delivery more efficient, more effective, and more affordable? Attendees at the AAMI Exchange in Cleveland, OH, will find out.
For people affected by paralysis or an amputation, devices that can bridge the gap between the brain and computers—called brain–computer interfaces—hold great promise.
AAMI’s annual Healthcare Technology Management (HTM) Week celebration, running May 19–25, seeks to promote awareness of—and appreciation for—the critical work of professionals who manage and maintain the vast assortment of health technology found in healthcare delivery organizations.
- News in Brief
- AAMI Exchange to Spotlight Cybersecurity Challenges, Solutions
- Public–Private Partnership Creates ‘Security Roadmap’ for Health Technology
- Technology Uses Human Body as Cybersecurity Network
- Vulnerability Disclosures by Device Makers Rise in Wake of FDA Guidance
- Get Active for a Good Cause during the AAMI Exchange
- Tech World: Not Every Device Needs a Battery
- The Big Picture: Sterilization Standards Week
- Asked & Answered: Service Contracts and Legal Departments
- Biomed Reboots Arizona Medical Instrumentation Association
- Career Center: Two Biomed Programs Boost Training for Careers in Industry
- One on One: L. Holly Kollman
- AAMI All-Star: Nupur Jain
- Members on the Move
- Standards Spotlight: AAMI, UL Publish Joint Safety Standard for Medical Device Interoperability
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