AAMI News September 2018, Volume 53, Issue 9
In many instances, the medical devices available in the pediatric field lag behind their adult counterparts or don’t exist at all.
By fits and starts, unique device identification (UDI) is making its way to healthcare technology, and is now looking at healthcare organizations.
The FDA has issued final guidance specifying when and how researchers can use data from electronic health records (EHRs) to assess the safety and efficacy of medical devices, combination products, and other healthcare products.
Popular wearable devices represent a booming, new frontier in health technology; however, the value of data on wearable devices is open to question.
- News in Brief
- IAHCSMM Chapter Uses ST79 to ‘Stay Current and Compliant’
- Mother–Daughter Team Boosts HTM Profession in Indonesia with e-Learning
- AAMI Foundation Research Grants Focus on Reducing Pediatric Medication Errors
- Medicare to Pay Home Health Agencies for Remote Patient Monitoring
- Remote Patient Monitoring Shows Significant ROI, Report Says
- Study Finds Continuous Monitoring Can Provide a Safety Net for Patients
- Tech World: HTM Department Puts Data to Work to Build Better AEM Program
- The Big Picture: Octavia Fuller
- Asked & Answered: Preventive Maintenance Stickers
- AAMI Membership Structure to Change in 2019
- Career Center: Don't Let Fear Stand in the Way of Certification
- ONE on ONE with Jason Amaral
- AAMI All-Star: Lena Cordie
- Members on the Move
- Advertisers in this Issue
- Standards Spotlight: AAMI Standards Board Approves Two New TIRs