Salt Lake City-based oneSOURCE has joined forces with medical tracking system, instrutrack, owned by Kiwi Medical Supplies—a move that propels oneSOURCE’s mission of furnishing healthcare facilities throughout the UAE with resources to properly sterilize medical equipment.
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.
British Columbia-based Clarius Mobile Health has launched its second-generation series of wireless ultrasound scanners, putting the functionality and image quality of larger systems in a device that fits in a pocket.
In this Soapbox article, biomedical engineering educator Dr. Larry Fennigkoh discusses why empathy—an ability to understand, share, or be aware of the feelings of others—is an important trait among HTM professionals.
In a world where technological advancement is rapid and constant, obsolescence comes quickly. And medical manufacturers must constantly weigh the costs and benefits of one important question: When is the best time to redesign and update an older device that’s been on the market for a while?
Healthcare security company MedCrypt announces that its chief security officer, Axel Wirth, will present three sessions at the 2020 HIMSS Global Health Conference & Exhibition regarding medical device cybersecurity.