The professionals behind the Clinical Engineering Division of the International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering are working to build the international bridges lacking in the profession today.
Following a few simple study and test-taking practices can make a big difference in your exam score. In this article, ICC Prep columnist John Noblitt outlines some of the most effective strategies.
Siemens Healthcare, Malvern, Penn, has received FDA approval for the Somatom Scope, a 16-slice CT scanner designed to make routine diagnostic imaging more accessible.
The MyLab Gamma ultrasound system from Esaote, Indianapolis, Ind, is a portable, battery-operated unit with fast boot-up time and rapid resume from standby mode.
Workstation manufacturer Lista has announced the availability of mobile bases for almost all of the company’s workbenches and workstations.
As part of National Health IT Week (NHIT Week), the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society made several formal requests to Congress to advance the state of health IT.
At last week’s annual AAMI/FDA summit on ventilator technology, an emphasis was placed on the importance of standardizing the terms used to describe the technology as well as the urgent need for better training.
IT audit and compliance firm Coalfire has released an infographic outlining five steps healthcare organizations should observe in preparing for a HIPAA audit.
In the first in a two-part series on two different “tiny area networks” used in healthcare, networking columnist Jeff Kabachinski details the technology behind near-field communication (NFC). In part two, he will take on body area networks.
The IEEE has released a new standard aimed at helping manufacturers and healthcare providers evaluate wearable, cuffless devices for measuring blood pressure.