Having an optimized HTM program that delivers efficiency and effectiveness to a hospital is an often-overlooked part of the patient satisfaction equation.
Category: HTM Programs
AAMI has launched an essay contest aimed at high school students. The organization is asking participants to briefly describe healthcare technology of the future, including what the imagined device or system would do and how it would help support patient care. Submissions are due by December 1, 2015.Read More
The AAMI Foundation has announced plans to expand the Michael J. Miller Scholarship Program for HTM students. Starting in 2016, the program will award five scholarships of $3,000 each annually to individuals studying to become a biomedical equipment technician (BMET), clinical engineer, or health systems engineer.Read More
Futurecasting is the practice of envisioning the future of yourself or your team, organization, or broader industry. The Kaiser Permanente Clinical Technology program is in the midst of this process, envisioning a strategy that ensures coordinated, consistent, high-quality, and affordable healthcare technology management across the Kaiser Permanente enterprise.Read More
Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles has received a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development to implement a telemedicine program designed to connect members of its medical staff with public health and primary care providers and their patients at six public health sites on the island of Guam.Read More