Binseng Wang

Binseng Wang, ScD, CEE

Binseng Wang, ScD, CEE, a longtime contributor to 24×7, has joined our publication’s editorial board. Currently vice president of Quality and Regulatory Affairs at Sundance Enterprises, Wang brings to 24×7 more than 25 years of experience in managing health technology enterprises at many different levels (local, state, national, and international), and has held key positions at Aramark and the National Institutes of Health. He also has lent his expertise as a professor, teaching biomedical and clinical engineering at the Milwaukee School of Engineering.

Over the years, Wang has shared his expert insights on preventive maintenance, use error, inventory management, and related topics via frequent columns for CE Perspectives. In addition to biomedical and clinical engineering, his areas of specialization include quality and safety management and regulatory compliance; research, design, and development of medical devices; and national pharmaceutical licensing and distribution.

“I am honored to be nominated to the editorial advisory board of 24×7, and as most readers know, I have submitted numerous articles to this magazine because I believe it is the most widely read and recognized periodical in the field,” Wang says. “As a member of the board, I will continue to publish material that I believe is important, while also seeking out potential authors who have valuable ideas to share with our readers.” 

Wang is a fellow of the American College of Clinical Engineering (ACCE) and the American Institute of Medical & Biological Engineering, among many other associations. He has received honors from a number of organizations, including recognition for his contributions to HTM workshops with the World Health Organization, Pan-American Health Organization, ACCE, and the World Bank, among others. He has received ACCE Management Achievement awards, and was the recipient of an AAMI Clinical/Biomedical Engineering Achievement Award and the 2015 ACCE Lifetime Achievement Award. Wang holds a doctorate degree in bioelectrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.