AAMI News September 2016, Volume 51, Issue 9
Educators across the country are taking a hard look at healthcare technology management programs as they struggle to recruit students and cover costs.
With some medical device manufacturers struggling to comply and a deadline approaching at the end of the month, both industry and the FDA are looking to clarify the use and application of the unique device identifier (UDI) system.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has issued a guidance document that explains what ransomware is and how to stop it from taking sensitive data hostage.
The FDA is expecting a full house for a two-day public workshop it is hosting this fall to tackle complex questions related to the third-party service and refurbishment of medical devices.
- News in Brief
- Focus on Industry
- Committee Looks to Standardize Technology Acquisition
- Harvard Paper Links Review Times to Device Innovation Incentives
- Agency Brings Sharper Focus to Contact Lenses
- Like Those It Serves, Human Factors Course Evolves with Times
- The Big Picture: Nationals Park
- Tech World: HTM Plays a Crucial Role with Incoming Medical Equipment
- Foundation Initiative Plans to Expand Reach
- Pack a 'Brown Bag' for Free Young Professional Webinar Series
- One on One: Joseph Dysko
- Volunteer Spotlight: Ken Hoyme
- Member News: Members on the Move
- Spotlight on Standards: Debunking the Myth of Compulsory SPD Certification
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