Ordr, known for its connected device security, announced that it is presenting alongside The Mayo Clinic and Baptist Health in a pair of speaking sessions at the 2023 AAMI eXchange, an annual event for healthcare technology management (HTM), clinical engineering, and health technology professionals taking place from June 16-19, 2023 at the Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center in California.

Further Reading: 2023 AAMI eXchange Preview

Ordr’s speaking sessions are:

“Optimizing Clinical Asset Management for Cybersecurity and Operational Efficiencies”

When: Saturday, June 17, 2023, from 8:00 – 9:00 am PDT

Who: Boyd Hutchins, Corporate Director, Equipment Management, Baptist Health and Ben Stock, Director of Healthcare Product Management, Ordr

What: When it comes to managing medical devices, efficiencies in clinical asset management translate to improvements in patient safety, cybersecurity, and hospital operations. This session will review ways to optimize clinical asset management and operationalize device insights to deliver value in: (1) automated device discovery and classification, to reduce manual efforts; (2) real-time device insights (make, model, system configuration, software levels, and location), for patching and operational efficiencies; (3) full-life cycle vulnerability management to prioritize and mitigate risks; and (4) device utilization insights to support procurement decisions.

“Mayo Clinic Best Practices: SBOM Alternatives to Streamline Vulnerability Management and Security”

When: Sunday, June 18, 2023, from 4:15 – 5:15 pm PDT

Who: Keith Whitby, IT Division Chair, HTM, Mayo Clinic and Pandian Gnanaprakasam, co-founder and Chief Product Officer, Ordr

What: The frequency of reported vulnerabilities that may affect medical device security has grown during the past few years, creating an increased urgency to patch vulnerabilities faster. But the challenge is tracking vulnerabilities across the many systems used within the care environment. A device’s software bill of materials (SBOM) can be used to analyze vulnerabilities and risks, but SBOMs have inherent challenges. In this session, presenters will share best practices for a broad vulnerability management strategy, along with SBOM alternatives currently being used at Mayo Clinic that can streamline vulnerability management.

The Ordr team will also be on-site at the 2023 AAMI eXchange in booth #929, ready to help attendees learn how to gain accurate, real-time visibility into their networks and ensure the security of their connected medical devices and equipment.