AAMI News March 2018, Volume 53, Issue 3
With a focus on agility, the FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health is proposing a major reorganization intended to promote a total product life cycle approach.
The guiding force behind the AAMI Foundation’s patient safety initiatives is retiring, leaving behind a legacy of greater recognition of the crucial and growing role that healthcare technology plays in clinical care.
More engaged employees, better collaboration among stakeholders, and improvements in all-around efficiency—these are the hallmarks of the future envisioned by the FDA's Center for Devices and Radiological Health.
The AAMI Nominating Committee has selected two healthcare technology leaders to serve on the association’s Board of Directors.
- News in Brief
- E.U. Proposes Joint Approach to Health Technology Assessments
- ACI Awards First Certifications to Industrial Sterilization Professionals
- Standards, Advocacy Essential for ‘True Quality’ in Sterile Processing
- New Online Tool Helps SPDs Prepare for Accreditation Surveys
- Go West, Biomeds! AAMI Annual Conference to Address Top Trends, Challenges in Health Technology
- Tech World: Want to Help Patients? Start Thinking Like One
- The Big Picture: Indiana Biomedical Society Annual Conference
- Asked & Answered: SPD Educators
- New HTM-IT Alliance Places Emphasis on Future Opportunities
- 'Keep Your Intern Mentality' and Other Career Advice that Stuck
- One on One with Martell Winters
- AAMI All Star: Codi Nelson, CBET
- Members on the Move
- Standards Spotlight: Pace of Industry Necessitates Changes in Software Standards
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