In the past month-and-a-half, the aftermarket medical imaging device service and sales segment has seen an influx of lawsuits. G. Wayne Moore, CEO of Acertara Acoustic Laboratories, shares why this is significant in December's Soapbox column.
The U.S. FDA’s public workshop to distinguish between medical device servicing and remanufacturing officially kicked off at the Hilton Washington DC North Gaithersburg Hotel in Gaithersburg, Md., on December 10—and the HTM industry anxiously awaits the outcome of the two-day event. Fortunately, 24x7 Magazine was given an inside look at it.
Since March 2015, the FDA has been collecting information and receiving factual and anecdotal comments concerning whether there is a public health and safety issue that warrants increased regulation and oversight of medical device companies and individuals. This issue culminated in October’s two-day workshop of presentations to the FDA, which biomedical expert Patrick Lynch details in the latest installment of The LynchPin.
Technical Prospects, an Appleton, Wis.-based company specializing in Siemens Medical Imaging technologies, has announced its summer 2018 training class schedule. The classes—held both in person at Technical Prospects’ Wisconsin facility and online—cover a variety of topics including CT, fluoroscopy, radiography, and more.
In this article, 24x7 Magazine contributing writer Chris Hayhurst explores a very timely topic in the healthcare technology management (HTM) field: The right to repair. Here, Hayhurst talks to key industry leaders to get their insights about key steps HTM professionals can take in this battle. Don't miss out.