One of the best bits of news for hardworking and frustrated healthcare technology management professionals this fall was the CMS about-face on power strips.
Air Products has announced a new technology that it says reduces the loss of normally vented oxygen by as much as 30% from a multicryogenic tank system that supplies hyperbaric oxygen therapy treatment centers.
AAMI University is seeking industry experts, government employees, or education professionals to teach others about quality systems (QS) and regulations.
On October 30, The Joint Commission and the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) cohosted a webinar focusing on hospital protocols designed to minimize the potential threat posed by Ebola.
In an October 27 announcement, PartsSource, Cleveland, said that Allina Health has signed a 3-year agreement with the medical replacement parts provider to “manage and optimize” Allina’s clinical engineering procurement process.
The Cleveland Clinic this week released its ninth annual list of the top 10 medical innovations for the coming year. Included in the list this year are several device-related technologies.
The PSCLAMP power strip mounting clamp from Tripp Lite secures any Tripp Lite patient care area power strip to IV poles, beds, cribs, and carts, or other areas where wall outlets are impractical.
The AeroDR XE is the lightest DR panel available today, according to manufacturer Konica Minolta Medical Imaging.
Two radiology professors at the University of Minnesota, Michael Garwood, PhD, and J. Thomas Vaughan, PhD, are creating an MRI system designed to image only specific areas of the body.
Varian Medical Systems, Lincolnshire, Ill, will exhibit its PaxScan 4336W wireless flat-panel detector at the annual meeting of RSNA in December.