Demetrius Dillard serves as founder and CEO of HealthTech Innovations, a consulting firm he launched this past spring.
24×7 speaks with AAMI’s HTM Leader of the Year and Chief Do-Gooder Pat Lynch about his dedication to helping other biomedical professionals, both at home and abroad.
For the last few months, no topic has generated more email to us from readers than the right to repair. Unfortunately, there is no solution to this problem that is both obvious and easy to implement.
The best ways of meeting demands to cut HTM expenses are often not the obvious ones. With persistence, careful analysis, and a willingness to experiment, HTM departments can reduce costs while increasing their effectiveness.
The staff of 24×7 magazine will be attending the North Carolina Biomedical Association’s 36th annual Symposium and Expo next Wednesday through Friday, September 3–5, in Concord, NC. Visit us in the exhibit hall or set up a meeting!
The IDA-5 infusion device analyzer from Fluke Biomedical, Everett, Wash, can digitally verify that a pump is administering flow, volume, and boluses accurately and is occluding appropriately in real time.
In a new study of the electronic medical records (EMR) industry, market research company Kalorama Information argues that EMR is the crucial component needed to make big data in healthcare a reality.
The founder and president emeritus of healthcare safety organization ECRI Institute, Joel J. Nobel, MD, has died at age 79.
Healthcare operations veteran Michael Argir has been named president of Medxcel Facilities Management, Indianapolis. Argir was most recently executive vice president of ABM Health.
Few healthcare organizations have risen to the level of awareness, or regard, of the ECRI Institute. Known informally as the Consumer Reports of medical device testing, the organization has built a firm reputation for honesty and independence over its 46-year history.