This month, we are going to take a tangent and discuss a common problem associated with ultrasound scanners: infrequent and inadequate preventive maintenance (PM). Read more
For anyone driving a car manufactured in the last five years, you are probably familiar with new technologies like radar cruise control, front/rear collision avoidance, lane departure warnin... Read more
In the last article, I mentioned examining our courses and methods for delivering those courses over the past year. Read more
I was part of a breakout session we called “Blue Sky” that brainstormed what HTM professionals could do for healthcare in a perfect world with limitless possibilities. Read more
When testing a device for repair, one of the most common problems a technician encounters are devices that are loaded with software that is incompatible with another unit. Read more
I recently spoke with someone who turned down one job offer with a company he greatly respects in favor of another job that will help him expand his skill set and ultimately enhance his resu... Read more
By Connor Walsh Kevin Fu is associate professor of EECS at the University of Michigan where he directs the Security and Privacy Research Group (SPQR.eecs.umich.edu). During 2021, Fu is also... Read more
While some of us in health care may still feel stuck in 2020 like a never-ending streaming of the movie “Groundhog Day,” there is a way to pause some of the hecticness associated with mainta... Read more
Certification in healthcare technology management (HTM), or in anyone’s chosen field, carries a number or benefits. Read more
Sponsored by Medigate The costs of a successful cyber attack are well documented for the health care industry. What is less understood is what it really takes to mitigate the risks within a... Read more
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