AAMI News May 2019, Volume 54, Issue 5
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are poised to transform healthcare delivery. They can provide earlier diagnosis and targeted treatments for individual patients, while driving efficiency and effectiveness in healthcare services.
Supporting and maintaining healthcare technology in hospitals can go unnoticed, which is why AAMI’s Technology Management Council designated the third week in May as Healthcare Technology Management Week.
The Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health has begun implementing a major reorganization intended to create a more agile, total life cycle approach to managing medical devices.
Attendees at next month’s AAMI Exchange will have the opportunity to participate in a new event intended to explore emerging trends in automation support of clinical decisions and other cutting-edge health technology.
- News in Brief
- Kilmer Conference to Promote Collaboration, Innovation in Sterility Assurance
- HTM–Industry Collaboration Leads to ‘Breakthrough’ on Standard
- Tech Giants Present Wearables as Key to ‘Predictive and Preventive Healthcare’
- Tech World: Wet Packs? We Don't Have No Stinking Wet Packs
- The Big Picture: Vintage Cars at the Exchange
- Asked & Answered: Sterile Processing and Dropped Instruments
- Medical Device Regulation—Where We Came from and Where We’re Headed
- Career Center: GE Healthcare to Launch 'College of HTM'
- One on One with Vickie Snyder
- AAMI All-Star: Damien Berg
- Members on the Move
- Standards Spotlight: Picture this: A Standard for Medical Device Symbols that Can Speak a 'Thousand Words'
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