A new website created by Milwaukee-based biomed Andrew Kremer will ultimately encompass information about jobs, education, and certification. For now, however, it is focusing on the needs of job seekers in healthcare technology management.
New PartsSource president and CEO Philip Settimi, MD, says his latest role is about merging scale and impact and giving his customers the Amazon experience.
Are you part of an outstanding clinical engineering department whose story is ready to be told? Do you have an idea for an article that your peers in the HTM community will rush to read? Then 24×7 wants to hear from you.
In 2006, WellSpan Health began a thrilling technological journey. Its path would eventually lead to the creation of a unique specialist group creating first-of-their-kind medical device integration projects.
In the previous installment of ICC Prep, we took a look at the basic structure and function of cells in the human body. In this article, we will examine how cells form new cells and review possible CBET exam questions about this process of cell division.
Patient safety forms a sprawling landscape of far-reaching issues that touch on dozens of potential dangers leading to adverse events. The Physician-Patient Alliance for Health & Safety (PPAHS) addresses just three of them: alarm fatigue, blood clots or venous thromboembolism (VTE), and patient monitoring.
Biomed Technologies has thrived since Keith Kimble founded the New Jersey–based ISO in 1988. The secret, according to Kimble? Customer service, realistic expectations, and a lot of hard work.
We often feel that we are being asked to accomplish the impossible. Consequently, we may feel we are falling below expectations. Unless, of course, we consider changing the way we do things. This is where we start to understand how innovation is potentially more important now then ever.
In this installment of CCE Prep, author Arif Subhan details the three main steps to becoming a certified clinical engineer: the application and preparation process, the written exam, and the oral exam.
The December 2013 CMS memo on preventive maintenance improved on the 2011 rules, writes Binseng Wang, but the policy remains a political compromise that clinical engineers must find a way to live with.