A new disinfection technology for mobile devices uses high-intensity ultraviolet light to disinfect mobile devices. Manufactured by Daylight Medical, the SKY 6Xi is intended to reduce the spread of hospital-acquired infections.
As it has done for the past three years, AAMI has announced that it will once again sponsor a contest for the best celebration of Healthcare Technology Management Week 2014.
Advanced Ultrasound Electronics, an ultrasound equipment company based in Tulsa, OK, has moved from its current 9,000 square feet headquarters into a new 20,000 square feet facility.
An LED display designed specifically for diagnostic review has been cleared for marketing in the United States by the FDA. Manufactured by NEC Display Solutions, the MD302C4 features an IPS panel that provides precise color reproduction and wide viewing angles.
Ultrasound industry veteran Jim Carr has joined Advanced Ultrasound Electronics (AUE) as director of service and international operations. In his new role, he will also be spearheading the company’s new in-house training center.
The annual celebration known as Healthcare Technology Management Week is scheduled for May 18–24, 2014. Sponsored by AAMI’s Technology Management Council, the week is intended to “promote the awareness of—and appreciation for—the critical work” carried out by HTM professionals.
The technology of 3D printing, originally called additive manufacturing, has the potential to become the next big technology game changer. In this column, Networking author Jeff Kabachinski takes a look at various 3D printing technologies, the kinds of materials that can currently be printed, and how this potential game-changer may affect healthcare.
The so-called Heartbleed internet security bug that was revealed on April 1 has been shaking up the IT and tech world. If you’re thinking it doesn’t affect your healthcare facility, you’d be well advised to take a closer look.
A new market study analyzes how the combination of biomedical wireless technology, networks, and sensing systems (BiowireleSS) is rapidly becoming an integral component of healthcare delivery.
Fluke Biomedical, Everett, Wash, today announced a new addition to its line of electrical safety analyzers: the ESA609. The new unit is designed to be rugged, portable, and user friendly, according to the company.