As the voice of the HTM sector since 1996, 24x7 Magazine always stays up to date on the latest happenings in the industry. And suffice it to say that a lot has happened recently. In this installment of Up Front, chief editor Keri Forsythe-Stephens discusses what's going on and why it's critical to speak up.
Category: Independent Service Organizations
OSI is already the largest US provider of oncology and linear accelerator parts and service. But president Rick Hall says that it has barely “scratched the surface." Not even 1 year into the position, Hall is positioning his company for growth.Read More
Connected devices that store, generate, or transmit electronic protected health information (ePHI) are everywhere within a hospital and are vulnerable to breaches that can result in noncompliance with HIPAA regulations.Read More
There is a huge uproar in the clinical engineering community about the latest directive issued by the CMS regarding hospital equipment maintenance requirements. This commotion comes in different shapes, sizes, and forms.Read More
Christopher M. Cone Lead with strength. Don’t overextend yourself. These are common refrains of the business world. They are also important pieces of advice that diagnostic imaging service company Unisyn Medical Technologies, Golden, Colo, has taken to heart. Since forming in 2009 after a merger of three companies, Unisyn has grown its business by focusing […]Read More
This article will discuss the different terms and conditions to look for in service contracts. The vendors—original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and independent service organizations (ISOs)—provide different types of contracts depending on the level of coverage. Most of the vendors offer some form of a full service agreement. Different vendors may offer different coverage in their […]Read More