Alan has been in the Clinical Engineering industry for 29+ years having served directly in the academic, governmental and community hospital settings. Alan’s career has spanned from imaging/ biomedical engineer to Director of Clinical Engineering. Alan currently serves today at the Vice President and Senior Advisor level with a leading medical equipment consultative and asset management firm.
“Turn and face the strange ch-ch-changes Pretty soon now, you’re gonna get older Time may change me, but I can’t trace time I said that time may change me, but I can’t trac... Read more
“Intellectual property (IP) refers to creations of the mind, such as inventions; literary and artistic works; designs; and symbols, names and images used in commerce.” Read more
This week’s blog is on a topic that I have written on many times before but is a worthy repeat and reminder to all that read it. There are many passages that speak around the statement, “The... Read more
When Ty Webb, the flamboyant golf professional played by Chevy Chase in the original “Caddy Shack” movie of the 1980’s says to the young caddie Danny – “See Your Future – Be, Be Your Future”... Read more
I recently had the opportunity to come across a newspaper clip from the Palo Alto Times dated January 1939. The front page clip has two subject line articles that without question would shap... Read more
A recurrent gathering of HTM professionals every August in Chicago were at the 6th Annual CEAI Conference. This assembly continues to inspire me again and again to just how exciting this pro... Read more
This past week I spent some time viewing old video clips on “YOUTUBE” of several media segments involving talk shows and documented historic events. Among some of these media segments I so c... Read more
The buzz on many national talk-radio news reports this past week spoke to the 2015 “State of Progress Report by the CDC”. The report chatter was around Healthcare-associated infections (HAI)... Read more
Last week the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) experienced what was characterized as a “botched software update”. The results of this apparent planned “software update” brought the NYSE to a s... Read more
When I think about what may be that one hurdle in which effective and efficient medical equipment service delivery can either allow HTM “Rock Star” performance or derail a medical device’s r... Read more
© 2015, TechNation Magazine. Site designed by MD Publishing, Inc.