AAMI News December 2017, Volume 52, Issue 12
From hurricanes to hackers, servicing to sterilization standards, AAMI News looks back at the stories that helped shape 2017.
The Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance (MITA) released a draft standard for the servicing of medical imaging equipment to an initial mixed reaction from stakeholders.
Ransomware and other cyberthreats are the number one health technology hazard to watch out for in 2018, according to an annual report published by the ECRI Institute.
When people with an implanted life-critical medical device, such as a pacemaker, pass through a field produced by electronic surveillance equipment at their favorite store, are they safe?
- News in Brief
- FDA Guidance Seeks to Get Technology to Patients Faster
- AAMI Board Approves 2018–2020 Strategic Plan
- AAMI Resources to Add to Your Holiday Wish List
- AAMI's Gifts to You
- Happy Holidays from AAMI!
- International Congress Builds Global CE–HTM Community
- AAMI Foundation Seeks Data for Ventilator Alarm Benchmarking Program
- The Big Picture: AAMI Celebrates 50 Years
- Tech World: The Importance of Downtime Strategies for HTM-Supported Clinical Information Systems
- Experts Give Healthcare Facilities, Device Makers Tips for Addressing Cybersecurity Challenges
- AAMI Members Reflect on Decades of Technological Progress
- Meet the Father of Clinical Engineering
- Survey Underscores Concerns with Finding High-Quality HTM Applicants
- One on One with Tim Reeves
- AAMI All Star: Richard Schule
- Members on the Move
- Standards Spotlight: New Standard Tackles Challenge of Device Reprocessing IFUs
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