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Last Chance to Find Out What You’re Worth

24x7 Magazine is always on the forefront of industry trends—particularly as they relate to job compensation and satisfaction. But it’s you—those in the trenches of the HTM field—who know the industry best. So we need your help.

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What’s in It for Me?

If you’ve ever mulled joining an HTM association or wondered how association membership could benefit you, Tim Cordes says his story serves as just one small example. Read his account here.

TriMedx to Purchase Aramark’s Healthcare Technologies Business

Indianapolis-based TriMedx has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Aramark’s Healthcare Technologies (HCT) business, which is a provider of healthcare technology services, ranging from repair and maintenance to outsourcing of clinical engineering services, to more than 500 healthcare providers nationwide.

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10 Rules of Thumb for Biomeds

In this installment of The LynchPin, biomedical expert Patrick Lynch divulges 10 quick and easy tips hospital-based HTM professionals should use when planning department activities. Don’t miss out.

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10 Things HTM Professionals Should Be Doing Today

Regardless of what you’re doing at work today, one can almost always find ways to do it better. In this installment of The Lynchpin, biomedical expert Patrick Lynch suggests things BMETs, clinical engineers, imaging engineers, and their managers, should consider incorporating into their workday to ensure they are performing their best.

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A Day in the Life: WakeMed Health and Hospitals

In this article, Dallas T. Sutton, Jr., CRES, supervisor of clinical engineering at WakeMed Health and Hospitals in Raleigh, NC, sits down with 24×7 Magazine to discuss how breaking down the barriers to getting the job done is all in a day’s work for this team of HTM professionals.

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Growing a Career: Cultivating Your Own Biomed Tech Talent

When Jeffrey Ruiz, technology manager for a large hospital in western Michigan, discovered that finding BMETs to fill openings in the clinical engineering department was being hampered by a lack of educational opportunities in the community, he decided to see what he could do to help fix the problem.

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