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10 Reasons Why We Need a National Biomedical Association

HTM expert Patrick Lynch has compiled 10 reasons why he believes the industry needs a national HTM organization—one that is chapter-based, so that the local and state associations can merge under a national umbrella. That way, he says, biomeds can flex their collective muscle to really get something done, “instead of just meeting locally to complain about it.”

AAMI

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Nuvolo Extends Sponsorship of AAMI’s BMET Apprenticeship Program

AAMI’s BMET Apprenticeship Program is transforming how biomedical equipment technicians (BMETs) are hired across the industry. To help hospitals and health systems participate in this program, Nuvolo is extending its deadline for joining the Nuvolo Apprenticeship Certification Program to December 31.

American College of Clinical Engineering

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ACCE Seeks Feedback in 2021 Body of Knowledge Survey

The American College of Clinical Engineering (ACCE) has published a survey designed to collect feedback about the scope of practice and knowledge for clinical engineers in their day-to-day work. Please take it here.

American Society for Healthcare Engineering

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ASHE Recognizes Member Achievements within the Field

The American Society for Health Care Engineering (ASHE) of the American Hospital Association is celebrating the outstanding contributions its members have made to improve the healthcare physical environment. Read on to learn who won.

Local HTM Associations

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2019 NESCE Symposium

The New England Society of Clinical Engineering (NESCE) will sponsor the Northeastern Healthcare Technology Symposium at the Sheraton Framingham Hotel & Conference Center in Framingham, Mass, from Tuesday, October 22,...

National Electrical Manufacturers Association

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NEMA Publishes Revision to Supply Chain Best Practices White Paper

The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) has published NEMA CPSP 1-2021 Supply Chain Best Practices, which identifies guidelines that medical imaging manufacturers can implement during product development to minimize the possibility that viruses can be used to impair product operation.