On Tuesday, April 25, Congressmen Ryan Costello (R-Pa.) and Scott Peters (D-Calif.) introduced H.R. 2118, “Ensuring Patient Safety through Accountable Medical Device Servicing”—legislation that has garnered mixed reviews from members of the HTM community. Read about it here.
Longmont, Colo.-based Acertara Acoustic Laboratories has designed the ATLAS system as a scalable, high-speed, portable, high-precision ultrasound probe and array testing device— intended for contemporary probe and multi-element array technologies, including 2D matrix arrays.
Investor interest in radiology is booming, with multiple well-capitalized platforms competing to secure partnerships with the top physician practices across the country. Until recently, consolidation in radiology has been...
The American Society for Health Care Engineering of the American Hospital Association announces the launch of a new Energy to Care Dashboard Tool, offering an at-a-glance view of healthcare facilities’ energy use.
The U.S. FDA has announced that, as a first step toward implementation of the recently established Safety and Performance Based Pathway for medical devices, the agency is issuing draft guidances outlining the recommended premarket performance criteria and testing methodologies for four specific types of devices.