What are the traits of a good biomedical department head? We all know that any department head in our profession must have knowledge of biomedical instrumentation and its applications, but w... Read more
While I believe that certification is an important step in one’s professional development; I doubt very much that it will have an impact in how you are viewed by the C-Suite and other areas... Read more
There are many hospital employees who know very little about medical devices and would enjoy learning more. Read more
Whether the industrial internet is a curse or a blessing for you and your department will depend upon how you react. Read more
In a recent article in which nine hospital leaders were asked to reflect on their best investment, most of them answered that their best investment was in their employees. Read more
Many in our profession ask why Information Technology (IT) departments have achieved such prominence within hospitals while many Biomedical Engineering Programs have not progressed. Read more
My vision of what smart medical devices might be like if Steve Jobs had designed them. Read more
When physicians and nurses come to you with design ideas or requests to make minor equipment modifications, how do you react? Do you work with them to help bring their ideas to fruition, or... Read more
If you want your hospital to reduce its dependence on maintenance agreements, a simple first step is to use a maintenance insurance program. When managed properly, these programs can save ho... Read more
Throughout my career I served on many hospital committees. They included the Environment of Care, Capital Budget, Employee Relations, Operating Room, Research and many others. The most impor... Read more
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