From Mechanics to Management: Will Biomedical Education Keep Up?

As the medical equipment maintenance profession moves away from the mechanics of technology and places more emphasis on the management of technology, today’s biomedical technician needs a broader range of skills. Are education programs keeping pace?

Senior BMETs: Certification Needed

In this Soapbox editorial, New York-based BMET Manny Jimenez makes the case for his opinion that certification should be required for all senior BMETs.

Paying It Forward: Why Regional Associations Matter

The benefits of local and regional associations of HTM professionals can yield many rewards for the biomed community. But without active participation by enough community members, the benefits will always be in peril.

Andy Kremer Launches as BMET-Only Job Site

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.

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WellSpan Health: Biomed Meets Information Technology

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.

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Cell Division

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.