The California Medical Instrumentation Association (CMIA) will hold its annual symposium from Friday January 16 through Saturday, January 17, 2015, in San Diego, Calif. A highlight of the event will be a keynote address by George Mills, director of engineering for The Joint Commission, at the Saturday evening awards dinner.

More than 40 educational sessions will be presented at the 2-day event in six simultaneous tracks:

  • Healthcare Technology
  • Information Technology
  • BMET Personal Development
  • BMET Professional Development
  • BMET Professional Development
  • Management & Regulatory

Speakers include Brian Hubler, president, Spectrum Technologies, on calibration fundamentals; Mike Ahmadi of Codenomicon on the age of the digital pathogen; Jim Welch of Sotera Wireless on advances in alarm analytics and optimizing alarm settings; Scot Copeland of Scripps Health on medical device interoperability and security; and Jerry Zion of Fluke Biomedical on electrical safety and NFPA 99 and ANSI/AAMI ES1 standards. More details on speakers and topics are available on the CMIA website.

A vendor expo will take place on both days. The event will be preceded by a golf outing at the  Riverwalk Golf Club, adjacent to the symposium venue.

To register for the event, visit the CMIA website.