Why are so many HTM (aka Biomed or Clinical Engineering) departments being outsourced? There are basically two reasons. First, there are some lazy managers who fail to keep up with the lates... Read more
Twenty-five hundred years ago, Aristotle, the Greek philosopher, was the first to study logic and reason. He considered the emotions a sort of human failing and a disruptive force. Emotions... Read more
Have you ever had a “conundrum” at work such as a new management directive that you will have to implement knowing that it’s going to be extremely difficult? Read more
By my estimate, it’s been at least six months since I’ve provided TechNation readers with input regarding resumes. Since my last installment on this subject, I estimate that I have viewed ab... Read more
When I began servicing ultrasound systems, software was not loaded onto hard drives but burned onto EPROMS so software did not become corrupt and when you performed a software upgrade/update... Read more
As the Healthcare Technology Management (HTM) profession strives to become uniform and cohesive, there are several major issues holding us back. They revolve around the common terminology wh... Read more
One of the most-asked questions about certification renewal is “How many points do I need?” That’s an easy one. The answer is 15 points over a three-year period. Which usually brings up the... Read more
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