The New England Society of Clinical Engineering (NESCE) is hosting its Northeastern Healthcare Technology Symposium this fall in Mystic, Connecticut. NESCE is a not-for-profit, educational organization focused on medical technology management and its impact on improved patient care. NESCE clinical engineering, at all levels, as a highly desirable career. NESCE empowers it members to succeed and advance by supporting retention, recruitment, and advancement within the clinical engineering field. NESCE has nearly 1,000 members throughout the New England area and continues to grow. Every three years, NESCE hosts a symposium to bring together some of the greatest minds in Clinical Engineering.
Join us for the Northeastern Healthcare Technology Symposium in Mystic, Connecticut on October 24 through October 26, 2017. The symposium will provide three days of technical training, educational sessions and vendor networking opportunities. This year’s focus will be on cybersecurity and alternate equipment maintenance (AEM) programs. Steve Grimes and Axel Wirth will be hosting the cybersecurity sessions on October 24. Frank Painter will be hosting the AEM sessions on October 25. Our keynote speaker will be James Piepenbrink who will be presenting on the future of clinical engineering and challenges we all face in the Healthcare Technology Management field. As Deputy Executive Director of the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI), he will also shed light on AAMI and AAMI Foundation initiatives. Technical training will include injectors, ultrasound, anesthesia, and operating room integration.
There will also be a special session on lasers. Additionally, the University of Vermont will be hosting a Certified Biomedical Engineering Technician (CBET) review course that will span the entire three days.
Please visit nesce.org and stay tuned for registration information or check us out on social media. We are on Facebook and LinkedIn as New England Society of Clinical Engineering (NESCE).
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to network with fellow professionals and gain insight into the latest industry trends. NESCE will be hosting a special dinner at the Branford House on October 24 which will require a separate registration. Use this opportunity to elevate your program to the next level. If you would like to become a member of NESCE, please go to nesce.org/membership and fill out an online application today.
NESCE is currently accepting vendor sponsorships and booth registrations for the exposition held at the conference on October 24 and 25. Sponsorship opportunities include providing coffee breaks, lunch, and registration materials. If you are interested in either, please email NESCEVendor@gmail.com. NESCE appreciates your support; our Northeastern Healthcare Technology Symposium has proven to be an opportunity for companies to connect with a HTM professionals.
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