The COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact HTM professionals in a variety of ways that include supply chain concerns, right to repair issues and increased on-the-job stress. Read more
By K. Richard Douglas At the end of 2020, most people agreed that they were more than happy to have the year in the rear-view-mirror. Certainly, 2021 would not be as bad. By October, more Am... Read more
A look at the next generation of professionals with the skills and initiative to advance HTM into a high-tech future. Read more
The health care space faces the challenge of developing cybersecurity standards amid a surge in ransomware attacks and other obstacles, including the advances in technology. Read more
Interdepartmental collaboration, cooperation and interaction within the hospital environment benefits patients as well as the different departments. Read more
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
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