To help provide for the best patient outcomes we all must perform at our best and that includes having the right mindset. Read more
By John Noblitt One month the PMs are due on the infusion pumps in your facility and you have way too many PMs to perform. The next month your PM list is extremely short in comparison. When... Read more
Over the past several years there has been quite a bit of conversation about replenishing the ranks in this career field. Many industry leaders such as AAMI have highlighted this growing con... Read more
In a previous issue I wrote an article entitled “Buyer Beware” and it focused on a college offering a “degree” in biomedical technology which lasted six months. They started a new class ever... Read more
Last week, while traveling home from work I received a text message with an attachment from a former student. The text read, “Thought you might be interested in this.” Once I had time to vie... Read more
Within the last two years I changed jobs. I had the privilege to start my biomed career 20 years ago as a field service technician at a local X-ray repair shop. It almost ruined my career be... Read more
AAs I write this article the 2015 graduating class of Caldwell Community College biomedical equipment technology program has not quite completed their internship portion of the program. Howe... Read more
In a previous issue of TechNation, I wrote about the AAMI Core Curriculum project and the conundrum of implementing such a program. I asked if anyone had a solution. 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
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