Author Valdez Bravo explains how a chasm formed between clinical engineering departments and executive offices, and what steps we can can take to bridge it.
More perspectives on what’s to come for the HTM field in 2015 from two of 24×7’s editorial advisory board members: Ken Olbrish and Wayne Hibbs. The challenges they see will be familiar ones, but more intense.
24×7 interviews Dennis Minsent, former B-52 tail gun technician, recently retired director of clinical technology services at Oregon Health & Science University, and now founder of Healthcare Technology Management Solutions LLC.
Ampronix has announced the availability of its new DVMAXX HD, a medical grade HD video recorder and image capture device designed to meet a growing demand for high-definition medical displays, cameras, and devices.
According to a recent survey conducted by Dell, the healthcare industry is more successfully transitioning to cloud computing as compared to other industries.
24×7 reached out recently to a wide range of HTM professionals to get their thoughts on what we can expect to see in 2015. They see both opportunities and challenges ahead.
TeleTracking Technologies, Inc previewed a range of new products that offer medical facilities with more cloud-based and community-based operational solutions.
Rigel Medical and EQ2 have jointly developed an automated interface that provides a new approach to capturing and documenting medical device safety records in hospitals.
The sixth annual AAMI/FDA Summit, held in September 2014, focused on the safety challenges related to ventilator technology. A new report based on the event outlines the findings.
University of Michigan (U-M) Comprehensive Cancer Center’s prostate cancer specialists are now using the UroNav system to refine prostate cancer diagnosis and better identify those cancers that are more likely to grow quickly and spread to other parts of the body.