April 2015, Volume 50, Issue 4
Breaking new ground, AAMI has released an ambitious standard written specifically for healthcare technology management (HTM) professionals to help them keep medical equipment functioning effectively and safely.
On March 12–13, 2015, the kick-off meeting of the AAMI Foundation's National Coalition for Infusion Safety brought together clinicians, healthcare technology professionals, researchers, regulators, accreditors, patient safety advocates, industry executives, and representatives from various healthcare societies to tackle infusion safety.
Billy Rios will speak at the AAMI 2015 Conference & Expo in Denver, CO, during a session titled “Why the Healthcare Industry Needs to Work Together on Cybersecurity: A Hacker’s Perspective.” He will offer his expertise at the June 6 opening general session.
AAMI members now have an additional way to connect with their peers through an easy-to-use community platform. Replacing an older online forum, AAMI Connect boasts topic-specific communities designed to enhance the user experience.
- News In Brief
- FDA Eyes Stronger Postmarket Surveillance
- Focus on Industry
- Through a Father's Eyes: Is 3D the Future of Personalized Healthcare?
- AAMI's Business Meeting Agenda Set
- Alarm Management: More Data, More Problems? Not Necessarily
- Alarm Management: Using Data to Solve the Alarm Problem
- HTM Student Doubles as NFL Cheerleader
- The Big Picture
- Tech World: Air Force Vet Soars as Civilian BMET
- After Unexpected Career Turn, Healthcare Technology Executive Charts New Course
- In Profile: Andrea Cassano-Piché
- Volunteer Spotlight: Cynthia Spry
- Spotlight on Standards
- Members on the Move
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