A survey of 71 healthcare organizations and more than 7,000 healthcare technology management (HTM) professionals has validated ongoing concerns while making some promising revelations. The survey, conducted by AAMI, also clearly outlines areas where the HTM field may improve.
A U.S. national BMET Apprenticeship Program recently launched by the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) has gained valuable new support through the College of Biomedical Equipment Technology, educators say.
Situated in Silicon Valley, Fremont, Calif.-based Washington Hospital Healthcare System is known for its commitment to patient care. And a key part of fulfilling this commitment is due to the hospital’s biomedical engineering program, led by Paul Kelley, CBET, AAMIF.
When it comes to medical device cybersecurity, healthcare technology management (HTM) departments are often a hospital’s first line of defense. That’s why AAMI is offering a new training course: “Medical Cybersecurity 101 for HTM Professionals.”