By Mike Chuma Fifty years ago, I started in the field of biomed in the United States Air Force when it was called medical maintenance with about 400 people in the field. Today, there are an... Read more
By Joseph Fishel The task of measuring productivity in the HTM world has been a cause for discussion over the years and continues even today. I attended the MD Expo in Dallas and a lively to... Read more
Despite the complexity of health care, there are many measures to mitigate the risks of cyberattacks on medical equipment. Read more
If you are a certified technician and are trying to get CEUs in this time period the way you do things has changed. Read more
In recent years, clinical engineering and imaging leaders have been working to mitigate an increasingly alarming issue: the growing shortage of qualified imaging engineers – due in large par... Read more
There is tremendous need for working medical equipment in developing countries, which are home to more than 80 percent of the world’s population. Read more
It’s 4:25 p.m. I’m getting ready to go home and the phone rings. What!? I think to myself. My mind drifts to the worst possible scenario. Read more
Every year, hospitals add more and more medical technology. Unfortunately, the number of individuals with the specialized skills to maintain and repair those devices is going in the opposite... Read more
When they said college was “the first step into the great unknown,” even my most outlandish thoughts didn’t consist of graduating amid a global pandemic. Read more
By Todd Brown Health systems have long wrestled with Herculean financial and staff shortage pressures, but COVID-19 has exacerbated those headaches atop other concerns, like dwindling patien... Read more
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