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2019 NESCE Symposium

The New England Society of Clinical Engineering (NESCE) will sponsor the Northeastern Healthcare Technology Symposium at the Sheraton Framingham Hotel & Conference Center in Framingham, Mass, from Tuesday, October 22,...

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The Merging of the (HTM) Minds

The biomedical engineering profession is undergoing change these days. And part of that change involves collaboration to strengthen each organization, enhance professional development, and provide more opportunities for career advancement. South Carolina and Georgia house two professional associations that are taking the message of collaboration to heart.

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Airwaves Advocate: Tim Adams, American Society for Healthcare Engineering

Medical telemetry is being threatened by recent legislation that would open airwaves designated for hospital use to unlicensed devices. Tim Adams, director of leadership development for the American Society for Healthcare Engineering, is one of the key stakeholders negotiating with the Federal Communications Commission about this matter on behalf of healthcare organizations. He discusses the upcoming changes and how hospitals can ensure their patients are protected.

Society Honors NEMA for Strategic Initiatives Program

The American Society of Association Executives recently named the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) the 2016 Power of A Gold Award winner for the NEMA Strategic Initiatives program. This annual award recognizes a select number of associations that distinguish themselves with innovative, effective, and broad-reaching programs and activities that positively impact the United States and the world.

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Indiana Biomedical Society Sees Biomed Role in Population Health Management

President of the Indiana Biomedical Society Demetrius Dillard, speaking at the association’s 25th anniversary meeting, said that biomeds have a critical role to play in population health management. That’s because much of the data that eventually drives policy decisions originates from the medical equipment HTM professionals manage. “As we drive innovation in our healthcare world, it allows us to improve care,” Dillard says.

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Focus On: Colorado Association of Biomedical Equipment Technicians

Founded more than 40 years ago by a handful of biomeds, the Colorado Association of Biomedical Equipment Technicians now welcomes more than 200 people to its annual August symposium. Widely recognized as having one of the best CBET study groups in the country and known for its close-knit atmosphere, the group also played a pivotal role at the recent AAMI conference.

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Focus On: Washington State Biomedical Association

The Washington State Biomedical Association’s membership has grown substantially during the last 3 to 5 years despite the state’s expansive geography, which makes reaching members in remote regions challenging. Better management, enhanced advertising efforts, high-quality educational seminars and symposiums, and more support from third-party companies account for the bump in membership, leaders say.

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