AAMI News July 2016, Volume 51, Issue 7
The way things have always been done might not provide the best solutions, especially in the complex, dynamic world of modern healthcare, according to a number of presentations given during the AAMI 2016 Conference & Expo.
Members of the healthcare technology community say they expect the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to take some kind of regulatory action regarding the third-party repair and refurbishment of medical devices.
The AAMI Foundation’s National Coalition for Alarm Management Safety has released a framework that aims to provide a “consistent roadmap” for hospitals trying to reduce nonactionable alarms.
Back in November 2015 when Mary Logan announced she would retire at the end of 2016, it seemed like it was a long time away. Fast forward to today, and the search committee and recruiters at Korn Ferry are working diligently to find AAMI’s next president and CEO.
- News in Brief
- New Video Takes Charge of Device Battery Management
- AAMI 2016 Conference & Expo in Pictures
- High School Student Gets Jumpstart on Achieving Career Goals
- AAMI, FDA Focus on Postmarket Benefit–Risk for Medical Devices
- HTM Week Contest
- For Contest Winners, HTM Week Was Full of Surprises
- The Big Picture: Vicki Hitchins
- Tech World: Tips for Tackling Data Cleanup in Your Organization
- Career Center: The Dos and Don'ts of Job Interviews
- In Profile: Maggie Berkey
- Members on the Move
- Volunteer Spotlight: Tina Krenc
- Spotlight on Standards: Researchers Dive into Dialysis Water Testing Standards
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