AAMI News November 2015, Volume 50, Issue 11
From Sept. 29–30, 2015, more than 200 risk management experts, regulators, industry executives, healthcare technology professionals, and others gathered to build a shared perspective on risk management.
AAMI is set to begin exploring whether an approach known as reliability-centered maintenance, or RCM, is a feasible strategy that could be adopted on a wide scale throughout the field of healthcare technology management (HTM).
AAMI hosted an invitation-only stakeholder workshop on Oct. 20, 2015, focused on developing a framework for shared responsibility of the safety and efficacy of health information technology, more commonly referred to as health IT or HIT.
Clinicians, healthcare technology experts, regulators, patient safety advocates, researchers, and leaders in the medical device industry have been working together since early this year as part of the National Coalition for Infusion Therapy Safety.
- News in Brief
- Human Factors Emerge as Key to Improving Patient Labeling
- Helping Smart Pump Technology Deliver on Its Promise
- New Section Added to Sterile Processing Benchmarking Tool
- Healthcare Technology Directory
- The Big Picture
- Tech World: Beating the Odds, Kenyan BMET Pursues Childhood Dream
- Test Your Knowledge with the Updated BMET Study Guide
- In Profile: Edwin Burnard
- Volunteer Spotlight: Michell Jump, RAC, MS
- Members on the Move
- Spotlight on Standards: Small-Bore Connector Committee Addresses ENFit Concerns
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