AAMI News April 2017, Volume 52, Issue 4
AAMI is challenging healthcare technology management professionals to tackle a shocking issue in their communities—dead batteries and expired pacing pads in automatic external defibrillators, or AEDs.
AAMI has turned to an association executive with deep roots in healthcare to advance its vital role in developing standards for the healthcare technology and medical device industries.
Data collected from hours of continuous electronic monitoring can be used to predict serious illness and prompt life-saving treatment before symptoms ever appear.
Hospital floors may play a larger role in the spread of healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) than previously thought.
- AAMI to Hold Annual Business Meeting in Austin, TX
- News in Brief
- Industry & Innovation
- Study Shows Endoscope Processing Practices Often Insufficient
- Off-Site Reprocessing Projected to Grow in Next Five Years
- Volunteers Make a World of Difference in Developing Nations
- Tech World:Tips for Troubleshooting IT-Related Problems
- 50 Years of AAMI Standards
- The Big Picture: Townhall with AAMI's CEO
- AAMI Drives Improvements in HTM Education Programs
- Ways to Improve Communication, Collaboration with Colleagues
- One on One: Michael Fraai
- Volunteer Spotlight: Marlene Davis
- Spotlight on Standards: Report Highlights Importance of Water Quality in Reprocessing
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