The Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) has expanded its Clinical Engineering Management Committee (CEMC) to include 10 new members who will work with the organization to advance the interests of clinical engineers worldwide.
CEMC is responsible for advancing the professional interests of clinical engineers and promoting the importance of the field. The new members hail from across the US and Mexico.
New CEMC projects include developing new competency guidelines for medical technology professionals and working on a new book about biomed staffing.
“I’m looking forward to sharing my 22 years of biomed experience to help better serve and promote the field as a whole,” says new member Don Tucker, manager of biomedical engineering at Memorial Hermann Healthcare System in Houston.
Visit AAMI’s Web site for more information about CEMC.