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.
24×7 Magazine is always on the forefront of HTM industry trends—particularly as they relate to job compensation and satisfaction. But it’s you—those in the trenches of the healthcare technology management field—who know the industry best. So we need your help—but time is running out.
With 10,000 baby boomers reaching retirement age every day and an increasing demographic shift from mechanical and hands-on professions, many healthcare organizations are finding it increasingly difficult to staff their biomed departments. Here, three HTM leaders share how they’re helping to find the next generation of talent.
For more than 25 years, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center has ranked among the top performers nationally for numerous adult procedures and specialties, including cancer and ear, nose, and throat. This versatility is reflected in the responsibilities of the clinical engineering department, too.