By Jim Fedele Even after 30 years in this industry, it is still puzzling to me that OEMs resist permitting local biomeds to repair their equipment. Given the challenges the pandemic caused o... Read more
If you change your mind about a position, it is important to remain professional and reach out to let the hiring authority know you are declining to move forward. Read more
I would like to provide an update to my previous column with some good news. Read more
DR plans are often developed for each of your critical systems and include steps and instructions for restoring systems if disaster strikes. Read more
Any technician with experience in solving technical issues for medical ultrasound will tell you the hardest thing to troubleshoot is poor image quality or intermittent artifacts. Read more
Sponsored by Innovatus Imaging By Ted Lucidi, CBET Recently, a customer reached out for some tech support for troubleshooting an image quality complaint from one of his sonographers. He had... Read more
The shortage of experienced imaging service engineers and biomedical technicians has made it even more crucial for employers to look outside of their geographical area for qualified candidat... Read more
As our worlds settle back down from a year of unpredictable chaos, it’s time to get back to proactive management versus crisis management on a daily basis. Read more
A Clinical Zero Trust strategy can ensure cybersecurity is implemented in a way that accounts for the needs of patients and staff, as well as the business. Read more
Worrying about their hospitals’ operating margins keeps hospital executives up at night; they’re looking for ways to do more with less. Read more
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