AAMI News December 2019, Volume 54, Issue 12
AAMI looks back at milestones in 2019.
The Food and Drug Administration recently convened a public advisory committee to comment on the feasibility of potential strategies to reduce or eliminate environmental ethylene oxide emissions from industrial medical device sterilization.
The FDA has awarded the nonprofit Medical Device Innovation Consortium $2.8 million to expand their Case for Quality Voluntary Improvement Program pilot to include medical device manufacturers that are not compliant with the agency’s quality system regulations.
AAMI has unveiled its Health Technology Collection, a museum like exhibit housed at the AAMI Center for Excellence in Arlington, VA.
- News in Brief
- FDA Guidance Describes Process for Requesting Review of Denied Export Certificates
- HTM Hits the Road in 2019!
- New Members Appointed to AAMI Foundation Board
- Mary K. Logan Research Grant Supports Continuous Monitoring Research
- AAMI Foundation Offers 10 Scholarships in 10th Year of Program
- AAMI Resources to Add to Your Holiday Wish List
- Tech World: Environmental Challenges in Sterile Processing
- The Big Picture: AAMI Fellow
- Asked & Answered: Routine Equipment Cleaning and Maintenance Processes
- Career Center: The Secret of Success? It's Enthusiasm
- One on One with Travis Lindahl
- AAMI All Star: Louis 'Lou' W. Schonder, Jr., CBET
- Members on the Move
- Standards Spotlight: New Projects for Sterilization and HTM Education
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