The annual symposium of the Colorado Association of Biomedical Equipment Technicians (CABMET) begins this Friday in Aurora, Colo, highlighted by a keynote address from Steve Kehrberg, senior vice president, integrated supply chain, Catholic Health Initiatives. Kehrberg’s topic will be the evolution of clinical engineering  from Y2K to the era of healthcare reform.

Other sessions scheduled for the 2-day event include the life cycle of the battery, presented by Joe Padilla of Interstate Batteries; how to meet and exceed regulations, laws, and accreditation in imaging services, by Dustin Telford of Earthmed; managing high-end equipment service costs, by Fred Jaramillo of UC Health; and a CMS and Joint Commission update by Matt Baretich.

For more information on the event, visit the CABMET website.