To get certified or not to get certified? That’s the question the American College of Clinical Engineering (ACCE) seeks to answer—and sway healthcare technology management professionals toward the latter.
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers’ new V&V 40 standard assesses the credibility of computational modeling through verification and validation with application to medical devices, including endovascular and orthopedic devices, heart valves, and stents.
Both brand-new technicians and biomeds with decades in the field are among those who have opted to pursue CBET certification. For technicians who decide to invest the time and resources in studying for the CBET exam, a number of different preparation approaches are available—and the right method is often as unique as the test takers themselves.
In addition to conforming to European standards as signified by the CE mark, the company also announced that it has obtained ISO 13485:2016 certification through the Medical Device Single Audit Program, a global standard for medical device quality management systems.