Valdez Bravo

Podcast: Career Growth for Biomeds

24×7 is pleased to introduce its new monthly podcast, 24×7 Conversations. In the premier episode, 24×7 editor John Bethune talks with Portland, Oregon–based biomed Valdez Bravo about strategies biomedical technicians can use to advance their careers in healthcare.

Webinar: Excelling in a Time of Change

Webinar – Excelling in a Time of Change

In this hour-long, on-demand webinar, the heads of three clinical engineering departments from across the United States describe the innovative approaches they are employing to respond to the impact of healthcare reform on their facilities. The webinar is moderated by 24×7 editor John Bethune, and is followed by a panel discussion.

ECRI Names Top 10 Healthcare Technologies to Watch

ECRI Institute has released its 2014 Top 10 Hospital C-Suite Watch List, a free reference guide for hospital executives seeking evidence-based research before investing in upcoming technologies and infrastructure.

ECRI Institute to Host Conference on Big Data

Big data is a buzzword that has been around for years. But what does it mean for healthcare providers? ECRI Institute will host a free conference on the subject, where participants can learn how to approach big data in a health care setting.

ACCE Releases 2013-2014 Seminar Schedule

The American College of Clinical Engineering (ACCE) offers a monthly series of educational sessions that are accessible from anywhere in the country. The 10-session schedule covers a range of topics, from RTLS 2.0 to Change Management.

New Report Examines Real Time Location Systems

A new Research and Markets report examines the business landscape and outlook for real time location systems. Called "Real Time Location Systems (RTLS) Market in Healthcare Industry 2011-2015," the report offers analyses of leading companies.

New Book Compares Joint Commission and NFPA Standards

The Joint Commission has published a new book with the aim of explaining how its Life Safety standards and Element of Performance relate to regulations from the National Fire Protection Association’s Life Safety Code and other regulations.