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The challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic called many biomeds into action in their roles on the job as well as in volunteer roles. Read more
In any given hospital, on any given day, the servicing of medical devices may be carried out by in-house technicians, a third-party ISO or an OEM servicing engineer. Read more
How has delivery of this important prerequisite for many professions been facilitated with the lockdowns and social distancing requirements during the pandemic? And, more importantly, how ha... Read more
With medical devices, the safety and security of a device has to be carefully managed. Risk has to be managed throughout the product life cycle. Read more
Planned or unplanned downtime can be managed successfully with the least amount of disruption to clinicians and without giving patients anything else to be concerned with during their stay. Read more
The right-to-repair topic received additional interest during the COVID-19 pandemic. There are roughly 25 bills expected to be active in states this winter. Of these, roughly half will focus... Read more
The security of cyberspace has become an international focus as government regulations, new laws and agencies have been created to protect it. Read more
TechNation says thank you to the HTM heroes who have answered the call and saved countless lives when their skills and resourcefulness were needed most. The many victories during this pandem... Read more
In the past, many biomeds had a particular tool or test instrument on their wish list, but 2020 has shifted the focus. The hope for the new year is that it is an improvement over the year pa... Read more
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